Biden and Trump share ‘concern’ for ‘wonderful’ King Charles over most cancers prognosis | EUROtoday
President Joe Biden and former president Donald Trump are reacting to the information about King Charles III’s most cancers prognosis.
It’s not clear what kind of most cancers the King, 75, has however officers for Buckingham Palace stated it’s not prostate most cancers, although considerations have been raised when the royal underwent a hospital process for a benign prostate enlargement. He has since began common remedies associated to his prognosis.
The King final met Mr Biden, 81, at Windsor Castle in July for the primary time since his coronation. The pair reportedly mentioned their efforts to deal with local weather change.
While talking to reporters in Las Vegas, Nevada on Monday at a union occasion following information of the king’s prognosis, Mr Biden stated, “I’m concerned about him … just heard his diagnosis. But I’ll be talking to him God willing.”
Meanwhile, Mr Trump, who reportedly had a very good working relationship with the King throughout elements of his administration, stated, “King Charles has cancer. He is a wonderful man, who I got to know well during my presidency, and we all pray that he has a fast and full recovery.”
The former president posted the message to his social media platform Truth Social.
The King has postponed public-facing duties however will proceed to undertake state enterprise and official paperwork.
“He remains wholly positive about his treatment and looks forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible,” an announcement from Buckingham Palace learn.
“His majesty has chosen to share his diagnosis to prevent speculation and in the hope it may assist public understanding of all those around the world who are affected by cancer.”
Vedant Patel, a spokesperson for the US Department of State, stated the announcement of the King’s prognosis was “incredibly sad news” throughout a every day briefing on Monday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined the refrain of properly needs on Monday.
“I, like Canadians across the country and people around the world, am thinking of His Majesty King Charles III as he undergoes treatment for cancer,” Mr Trudeau wrote on social media. “We’re sending him our very best wishes – and hoping for a fast and full recovery.”
Mr Netanyahu stated: “Sara and I send our heartfelt well wishes to King Charles III and our prayers for his good health.”