Trump Unleashes on Joe Biden for Visiting Ukraine on Presidents Day

Donald Trump, a former president, intends to travel to Ohio to show his support for the locals impacted by a tragic train accident.

President Joe Biden was accused by Donald Trump in a statement for not prioritizing the Ohio train tragedy victims and choosing to spend Presidents Day with Ukrainians instead, potentially sending the wrong message to voters in a key election state.

On Wednesday, Trump, who will run for president once more in 2024, will travel to Ohio. He said on Monday that the Biden administration’s decision to act came as a result of his impending visit, following a tardy reaction that has been criticized by both Democrats and Republicans.

On February 3, a Norfolk Southern freight train carrying dangerous chemicals derailed, causing the explosion and ensuing fire to happen near the eastern edge of the city.

A “state of emergency” was consequently declared by the city council on February 4 and the evacuation zone was expanded by Ohio Governor Michael DeWine on February 6 to allow for the controlled release and burning of vinyl chloride in a nearby trench.

Several locals have filed a class-action lawsuit against Norfolk Southern as a result of the incident.

“I think it’s very sad, and I’ll be going, as you know, I’ll be spending some time in Ohio, where Biden should be. And frankly, FEMA should have been there a long time ago, I announced that I was going, and all of a sudden people were sending a lot of money now, and they weren’t going to send anything,” Trump stated.

Trump continues to be the front-runner in the crowded GOP race. While 19% of respondents said they would prefer Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R), whose support has declined in recent surveys, 37% of respondents said they would vote for Trump.




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