The former Secretary of State noted the rich foreign policy experience of the former vice president
Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who ran for president in 2004, decided to support Joe Biden’s candidacy, reinforcing the argument that the rich experience of this politician in international affairs should be a decisive factor for voters in 2020.
“I have never seen the world more in need of a person who from the first day will be able to begin an extremely difficult task – restoring a world shattered to pieces by Donald Trump,” Kerry said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Biden’s campaign headquarters continues to pay attention to President Trump’s inconsistent conduct as commander in chief and head of state. On Wednesday, Biden’s headquarters launched an ad on the Internet using a video in which other world leaders ridicule Trump during a reception at Buckingham Palace.
“The next president will get the world in a state of complete disarray,” Biden said on Thursday, recalling that he has many years of foreign policy experience thanks to six terms in the Senate and two as vice president.