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‘My son wasn’t a sucker’: Joe Biden reacts to report that Trump denigrated soldiers – video

A furious Joe Biden castigated Donald Trump after it was reported that the US president had called dead soldiers ‘losers’ and ‘suckers’. ‘If what is written is true, it’s disgusting,’ Biden said. ‘It affirms what most of us believe to be true: Donald Trump is not fit to be commander in chief.’

Trump reportedly made the remarks when he cancelled a visit to pay respects at an American military cemetery outside Paris in 2018. He has denied the allegations, first reported in the Atlantic magazine

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