Candidates in the Democratic Presidential Party 2020 put aside their quarrels on Sunday – something like – focusing on a common enemy: President Trump.
Former Vice President Joe Biden to former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro Democratic hopes expose Trump's third meeting with North Korean strong Kim Jong WN – blaming the president for anything – from dictators to "posing" for a photo.
"Embracing President Trump's dictators at the expense of US national security and Interest is one of the most dangerous ways he has reduced us on the world stage and undermines our values as a nation," said Biden's campaign spokesman Andrew Bates .
Bates added that "Trump's behavior confirms that we urgently need a president who can restore our position in the world, heals relations with key allies Trump has alienated and brought a real change for the American people. "
Trump and Kim met in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea and briefly entered the North ̵
After asking if Kim wanted to cross him, Trump took 10 steps north with Kim next to him, then accompanied Kim to the south for talks at Freedom House, where they agreed to resume blocked talks. ,
The performance marked the latest stage in two-year diplomacy between the two countries. Personal mockery of the Little Rocket (from Trump) and the "psychologically upset USA" (Kim) and threats to the destruction of others have surrendered again, conversations, love professions and colorful letters. 19659003] Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Writes on Sunday that Trump "should not scatter American influence on photo materials and exchange love letters with a ruthless dictator. Instead, we need to deal with North Korea through principle diplomacy that promotes US security, protects our allies and protects human rights. "
SECRETARY STEFANI GRISHAM SIGURY NORTH KOREA  Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Who was locked in a nearby battle for second place in the polls with Warren, reiterated his Senate counter comment and added that Trump "weakened the State Department."
is his incredible inconsistencies. I have no problem sitting with Kim Jong Yang in North Korea or elsewhere. But I do not want to be just a snapshot, a whole world media is attracted to it, "Sanders said at ABC's" This Week. "
Sanders added, "What will happen tomorrow and the next day? He weakened the State Department. If we are going to bring peace to this world, we need a strong State Department, we have to go ahead diplomatically and not just take pictures. "
Another senator-democrat, presidential candidate, Amy Clobuhara of Minnesota, was skeptical. that any substantive agreements would be realized from Trump's Kim's conversations.
"We want to see the denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula, reducing these missiles, but it's not as easy as just to happen and, you know, bring it hot – Packing the fence to the neighboring dictator," said CNB's Klobuckar at " State of the Union ". "This is a ruthless dictator, and when you go ahead, you must have a clear focus and a clear mission and clear goals."
Castro, who has seen a boost in his Wednesday evening debut profile, also intruders Trump for "raising the profile of a dictator like Kim Jong Un "It is irrelevant that an aine is made"
"It is anxious that this president irregularly organizes a meeting without the work of the staff," Castro said at ABC's "This Week." "It seems that everything is for a show, it is not essential. "[19659003BriefSecretariatforEnterpriseDevelopmentandUrbanDevelopmentAdditional:"ItisthetaskoftheThegovernmentannouncedthatinMayaround10millionpeopleinNorthKoreaaresufferingfroma"severeshortageofmoney"bythegovernmentandthattheyhavebeenforcedtodojusticetothesituation
Kim is suspected of having slain his brother through a plot of land with a nerve agent at a Malaysian airport in 2017. food "after North has one of the worst harvests in a decade.
Associated Press contributed to this report.