President Donald Trump at the North Carolina Republican Convention in Greenville, N.C. (AP Photo/Chris Seward)
UPDATED 2:50 PM PT – Wednesday, June 16, 2021
President Trump criticized his predecessor’s performance at the G-Seven summit. During an appearance on conservative journalist Sara Carter’s podcast on Wednesday, Trump weighed in on the gathering of world leaders by arguing “they’re stealing our country.”
This comes after Joe Biden took several jabs at Trump during the summit by suggesting a new sense of enthusiasm among foreign allies that the U.S. is engaged on world issues. Trump refuted the apparent criticism and pointed out the many flaws he noticed from Biden’s handling of foreign policy.
“He’s going into deals that are disaster, costing us trillions of dollars and we have to rebuild our own bridges and our own roads,” he expressed. “He wants to rebuild the world and he’s killing our country.”
Trump went on to argue he was the strongest ever on Russia and accused Democrat lawmakers of preventing the U.S. from making deals with Russia by alluding to their previous investigations into both the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.