Guess the talk of politics been a global voice is not too far from the truth, in that it has its up and down, in every ratification, both in the international world and in Africa. With the intense of heat that the number one person of America is facing,its quite interesting hearing his formal Secretary of State come out to state that if he could get to speak with the current President of America he would advice he resign.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry said and gave this hints while he was been asked by CNBC’s Tania Bryer during a World Economic Forum panel in Davos, Switzerland, what he would convey to Trump.
With the question put forward to him;
Mr Kerry replied, “I can’t play that because he doesn’t take any of this seriously. He doesn’t have an ability to have that kind of conversation.” When pressed on what his message to the President would be, Kerry responded, “Resign“.
Kerry, was the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, also criticized Trump for “his insane decision” to pull out of the Paris climate accord in June 2017, for which “people will die.
According to him, I wish there was a lawsuit capacity that could hold people liable for such an insane decision as he has made, which is going to cost lives. People will die because of the President’s decision, and billions of dollars of damage will be done to property” he said.
Kerry also accused Trump of lying about the consequences of pulling out of the accord. Trump claimed at the time that he was leaving to pursue “fair treatment” and so that foreign leaders would no longer “laugh at us.
According to Mr Kerry, I’m disappointed when a president of the United States lies, and that was a lie there’s no burden,” said Kerry, who was secretary of state during President Barack Obama’s second term. “Paris did not place outside burdens levied by any other country on any other country.”