Former US President Donald Trump criticized the absence of his successor, Joe Biden, at the coronation of King Charles III on Saturday, in an interview with the ultra-conservative British GB News channel broadcast on Wednesday, stressing that he would come if he was still in power. .
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“I think he can’t do it physically,” Donald Trump, 76, said in an interview with Nigel Farage, former leader of the Europhobe and anti-immigration party Ukip. “I think it’s physically hard for him to do it.” TV adapter.
Donald Trump, the candidate against Joe Biden in 2024, said he was “very surprised” that the incumbent president did not attend the coronation, and considered such absence “very disrespectful.” Donald Trump, in an interview at his private golf course in Scotland, asserted that he would have come if he was still in power.
His wife, Jill Joe Biden, 80, will be represented at the coronation ceremony. No American president has ever attended the coronation of a British monarch, American and British officials recently recalled.
The White House insisted that the absence of Joe Biden, who is known for his Irish roots, “was not a sign of disdain.” Joe Biden has already accepted the King’s invitation to pay a state visit to the UK.
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