Trump and Putin don't want me to become president, - Biden

According to former Vice President, he came to this conclusion after congressional hearings took place
11:42, 21 November 2019

Joe Biden

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden said that U.S. and Russia leaders Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin do not want him to become President of the United States. Biden stated this to the Democratic Party candidates in a televised debate, NBC reports.

According to Biden, he came to that conclusion after the Trump’s impeachment hearings took place in Congress.

"Trump doesn't want me to be a candidate. Vladimir Putin doesn't want me to be a president," the former Vice President said.

Related: Trump's call to Ukraine was 'unusual and inappropriate', - Pence's aide

He also emphasized that the most important consideration for Democratic voters in the presidential race is to elect a president who can defeat Trump, secure a Democratic majority in the Senate and increase the number of Democrats in the House of Representatives.

As we reported earlier, U.S. Army, if it is necessary, will take measures to protect Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, who is testifying against U.S. President Donald Trump in the impeachment case, according to Reuters.

It is emphasized that Vindman is a key witness in a public hearing on Trump's attempts to influence the Ukrainian government to investigate his political rival, Former Vice President Joe Biden.

Related: Trump was skeptical of Zelensky's election victory, - Volker

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