REPORT: Biden vows–temporarily–not to criticize Trump on foreign policy. See why

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KEENE, New Hampshire — 2020 Democratic front-runner Joe Biden kicked off a rally Saturday by vowing not to criticize President Trump on foreign policy while the president is attending the G-7 summit in France.

“It’s omission by intention,” he said speaking outdoors to roughly 200 people at Keene State College. “Don’t criticize them when they are abroad engaging in foreign policy.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Biden described the practice as standard for him when it comes to a sitting president, but told the audience he would have comments on the summit, and on Russia and other topics, when Trump returns to the U.S.

Biden continued to pound Trump on other issues, however, claiming his administration “seems to be falling apart” and predicting it would be acting “more erratically.”

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