US President Joe Biden has said that former President Donald Trump is a threat to democracy.

US President Joe Biden said that former US President Donald Trump is a danger to democracy and said: “I know him well and I know what a danger he is to our democracy.”

US President Joe Biden and South Korean President Yoon Seok Yeol met at the White House in Washington, DC, the US capital. After the meeting, the leaders held a joint press conference. Biden said in a statement that he may not be the only person who could defeat former US President Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election, adding that Trump is a danger to democracy. “I may not be alone, but I know him well and I know what a danger he poses to our democracy. We have already walked this path,” he said.

Declaring that he would run again in 2024 without Trump, Biden said: “I looked at this carefully before deciding to run. I feel good, opportunities inspire me. “I think we’re on the verge of returning to a breaking point, which we haven’t done in a long time.” Expressing that the US still has a lot to do to be “economically and politically” secure for a long time, Biden said, “I think we have to get the job done.”


On the other hand, Biden and Yoon were said to be signing a “Washington Declaration” that would expand cooperation on issues such as military training and information sharing. It was pointed out that, as part of the agreement, the United States was preparing to send a nuclear ballistic missile submarine to South Korea for the first time in 40 years against the growing nuclear threats from North Korea, and it was stated that Biden and Yoon would make an official statement.

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