- Former Vice President Joe Biden published a new ad campaign against President Donald Trump, in which he was mocked by world leaders at last week's NATO summit.
- On Tuesday, the Canadian Broadcasting Company released a press video in which Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and French President Emmanuel Macron appeared to be seeking the US president.
- While Trudeau Trump does not mention by name, he mentions the US President's spontaneous press conference on Tuesday, criticizing Macron's characterization of the summit.
- The video was widely circulated by the national news media the following day and reappeared in Biden's campaign ad, describing Trump as "a president the world laughs at".
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Presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden released a new ad campaign against President Donald Trump and used footage of world leaders who apparently mocked him at last week's NATO summit.
"The world sees Trump for what he is – insincere, ill-informed, corrupt, dangerously incompetent, and in my opinion incapable of leading the world," Biden says in the ad. "And if we give Donald Trump another four years, we will have great difficulty ever to be able to restore America's reputation in the world and our ability to bring nations together."
Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) December 5, 2019
The ad was released shortly after Trump returned to the United States after his trip to London for the 70th anniversary NATO Summit Biden's politics not to criticize the foreign policy of a president abroad.
On Tuesday, Canadian radio aired a press video featuring Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron talking to each other at NATO reception at Buckingham Palace.
Although Trudeau Trump is not mentioned by name, he seems to make fun of the spontaneous press conference on Tuesday with the US president, criticizing Macron's characterization of the summit.
-Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) 3 December 2019
"He was late for holding a 40-minute press conference," Trudeau said in the video, apparently talking about Trump. "You just watched the jaws of his team fall to the ground."
Trump responded to the video by calling Trudeau with two faces. The president canceled his final press conference citing the fact that he already had one, and left the summit prematurely.
The video was covered extensively the following day by the national news media and reappeared in Biden's campaign ad, describing Trump as "a president the world laughs at".
"We need a leader whom the world respects," the ad said.