Joe Biden shamed for spending weekends in Delaware by furious Nigel Farage: 'He's leader of the free world!'

Mr Farage said live on GB News: "Had Donald Trump been President he would have been in Europe three weeks ago"

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Nigel Farage has hit out at US President Joe Biden for spending weekends in Delaware during the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Mr Biden’s lack of public appearances during the attack so far has raised many eyebrows across the world.

And speaking live on GB News, Mr Farage, who was in the USA during the most recent presidential elections, hit out at Mr Biden’s response, while also slamming the mainstream media for the role they played two years ago.

He said: “In 2020, I spent several weeks in the USA, I followed the US elections. I think the Republicans need to move on and stop looking back at 2020, but now become very much the party of electoral reform to turn what happened into a positive.

“But it was one aspect of that election that was disturbing, media – mainstream media and social media did their upmost to make sure that it was not a free and fair election.

Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage
Former US President, Donald Trump
Former US President, Donald Trump

"Joe Biden is the President, he’s coming to Europe this Wednesday, he’s going to Brussels, he’ll visit NATO headquarters, he’ll visit the European Union before then going on to Poland.

“Had Donald Trump been President he would have been in Europe three weeks ago, but we know Biden has been spending his weekends in Delaware.

“He’s supposed to be the leader of the free world, the main player in NATO and frankly this visit has come very, very late."

The former Brexit Party leader added: “But he became President because of one-sided media and much of this came from events in Ukraine. Trump was impeached on the basis he wanted to try and find the truth as to why Hunter Biden, Joe’s son was doing in Ukraine.

“Why was he paid up to $83,000 a month to work for oil and gas companies when he had not history in that sector whatsoever?

“Then a laptop emerged with a mass of information and yet when it came to TV debates, President Trump was told we cannot debate this, the New York Times doubted the providence of the emails.

“Now the New York Times say they accept that the contents of a laptop belonging to President Biden’s son are authentic and we’re two years on.

“Anyone that can see that Biden’s Presidency is making the world a far less safe place, anybody in those giant social media companies on the west coast, those big newspapers and TV companies mostly in New York, ought to be hanging their heads in shame."