“I would support impeachment if it were another 6 months,” said Joe Biden, who emerged victorious from the November 3 presidential election in the United States and whose presidency was approved by Congress, referring to Democrats ‘ call for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
Joe Biden, whose presidency has been approved by Congress in the United States, spoke at a news conference on Friday about his preparations on many issues, from the election ceremony to the corona virus vaccine. As Biden prepares to take over at the ceremony on January 20, he called President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would not attend the ceremony “a good development.” Pointing to Trump, Biden said he had” exceeded even my worst expectations of him, ” adding that he was an embarrassment to the country. “The only difference is that it happened with the encouragement of the president of the United States who is in office,” Biden said, comparing the violence in Washington, D.C., last Wednesday to the 9-11 terrorist attacks. “It’s one of the few issues I agree with him on,” Biden said of Trump’s decision not to attend the ceremony, adding that he would be happy to have Vice President Mike Pence present at the handover ceremony, which has resisted pressure from Trump to block a presidential vote in Congress.