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Joe Biden Has A Message For Donald Trump- MASKS MATTER!

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Source: BBC

Joe Biden Holds Donald Trump Responsible For Getting Coronavirus

Donald Trump has more or less recovered from coronavirus within no time, but Joe Biden has an accusation against him. He feels Trump is himself responsible for getting coronavirus as he openly endorses people not to wear masks and not to be afraid of the virus. Joe said:

β€œAnybody who contracts the virus by essentially saying, ‘Masks don’t matter, social distancing doesn’t matter,’ I think is responsible for what happens to them.”

Joe Biden said this in a recent interview that he gave for NBC News in Miami.

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Source: BBC

Unlike Donald Trump, Joe Biden Feels Wearing Masks Is A Patriotic Responsibility

Donald Trump always asserts that masks are not necessary even though every organisation and world leader has underlined its importance. However, for Joe Biden, it’s more about protecting others than protecting oneself. Wearing a mask makes a lot of difference, and Joe Biden is a staunch believer of that. He said:

β€œWhat is this macho thing β€” ‘I’m not gonna wear a mask?’ What is the deal here? I view wearing this mask, not so much protecting me, but as a patriotic responsibility.”

Joe Biden Hopes Trump Will Now Promote Wearing Of Masks

Donald Trump has said after coming out of the hospital that he has learned a lot about the virus after getting it himself. With that in mind, Joe Biden feels Trump will understand the importance of masks and will encourage the people of America to wear it at all times when they step out of their houses. He said:

β€œI would hope that the president β€” having gone through what he went through … would communicate the right lesson to the American people: Masks matter.”

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Source: Sky News

Biden Doesn’t Want A Debate If Trump Is Still Positive

Joe Biden is not entirely on board with the debate and has said that it shouldn’t take place if Trump is still coronavirus positive. The second presidential debate is all set to take place on 15 October.

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