Pedro Sánchez boasts in the US the number of women in his Government and criticizes Donald Trump

Pedro Sanchez He has started his tour of the United States, bragging about the current composition of his Government (which after the recent remodeling has 64% women in the Council of Ministers and four vice-presidents) and attacking the former president Donald Trump, which has been disfigured by the fact that he perceived the European Union “as a kind of enemy” for the interests of the North American country.

“The relationship we had before with the Trump administration was very difficult, so that we understand each other,” Sánchez said in his brief appearance – ten minutes – this Tuesday on the talk show Morning Joe, conducted by Joe Scarborough, former congressman, current star of the left-wing MSNBC network and one of the most fervent never trumpers (“never Trump”) Republicans.

Sánchez has answered the questions Scarborough’s wife, Mika Brzezinski, daughter of former National Security Advisor to Democratic President Jimmy Carter, Zbigniew Brzezinski. Before her, the president has said to be “proud” that Spain is a country “committed to gender equality”, as well as that there has not been a strong “anti-vaccine movement”.

Sánchez has asserted to the American public that Spain will achieve 70% of vaccinated “before the end of the summer” and has asked not to “ideologize” the pandemic because we are facing a “general health” problem.

Sánchez’s tour

Pedro Sánchez has thus started a tour that lasts until next Saturday and will run through New York, The Angels Y San Francisco. With it, the President of the Government intends to place Spain and its companies on the radar of investments that are beginning to prosper worldwide for the recovery in the post-covid era.

The agenda includes representatives of investment funds, the tech giants of Silincon Valley O Netflix, but it does not include the president of the United States, Joe Biden, with whom Sánchez has only shared a 20-meter journey at the NATO summit on June 20.

From Moncloa they hide in that the nature of the tour is not political but economic, and they assure that they will leave for “later” a meeting in conditions between the North American president and the head of the Spanish Executive.

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