Iraq congratulates Biden: He is a reliable friend and partner


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Iraq

Barham Salih

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2020-11-07 14:29

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Shafaq News / On Saturday, Iraqi President Barham Salih congratulated Democratic candidate Joe Biden on his victory in the US presidential elections.

Saleh said in a tweet on Twitter, “I extend my warmest congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden, a trusted friend and partner in the cause of building a better Iraq.”

Saleh added, “We look forward to working to achieve our common goals and to promote peace and stability in the entire Middle East region.” 

And American media, including NBC and CNN, announced Biden’s victory in the elections after the votes of Pennsylvania were decided in his favor.

The election witnessed the highest turnout since 1900, and Biden has won more than 73 million votes so far, the largest number ever for a US presidential candidate.

Trump’s loss in the election race makes him the first single-term president since the 1990s.

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7 thoughts on “Iraq congratulates Biden: He is a reliable friend and partner

  1. Biden said he will impose a 45% capital gain tax. If the Dinar increases in value, we may have to hold it for 4 years to see if the Capital gain tax is decreased. At 45%, that would be a windfall for the U.S.

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  2. Biden will never be President the Media does not elect the President period! Trump won by a landslide just wait for it…..

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