Joe Biden Praises Obama And Puts Down Donald Trump
Joe Biden was the Vice-President of the US when Barack Obama was wearing the crown. Now it has come to a point where Joe is himself fighting to become the President of the US by dethroning the current president Donald Trump. In his latest speech, he praises Obama while simultaneously criticizing Donald Trump. He said, “President Obama and I established a White House office to prepare our nation for future pandemics. Donald Trump eliminated it — and we’ve been paying the price every single day.”
Joe Biden Criticizes Donald Trump For The Rise In COVID Cases
Joe Biden clearly knows how to punch where it hurts. At the moment, Donald Trump is not getting a lot of love from the US citizens for the way in which he is handling the coronavirus situation in the US. On the last day of the Democratic convention, Joe Biden accepted the Presidential nomination from his party. He also gave a speech where he specifically criticized his arch-nemesis, Donald Trump, for the way he has handled the pandemic situation in the US. Until now, the US has more than 5.7 million cases which are the most in the world.
Joe Biden Would Rely On Experts For Coronavirus Control
Joe Biden recently revealed his idea behind handling the coronavirus situation in the US. He feels that the scientists know better about the situation than anyone else including himself. Hence, he would take their advice blindly and go forward with it. For him, the economy will work only when the citizens are alive. Joe said, “I would shut it down; I would listen to the scientists. I will be prepared to do whatever it takes to save lives because we cannot get the country moving until we control the virus.”
Donald Trump Is Pressuring For Reopening Of Schools And Businesses
Donald Trump has a totally opposite approach to the situation. Even as the cases are piling up, he is putting pressure on the states to reopen schools and businesses. Donald Trump seems to put the economy above the people. He said in a recent interview, “We’re very much going to put pressure on governors and everybody else to open the schools, to get them open… We’re going to be putting a lot of pressure to open the schools in the fall.”