Joe Biden on Monday accused President Donald Trump of inciting violence after deadly week-long riots of sending legislation and orders to the top of the political agenda nearly two months before the US election. Biden’s speech stakes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It could not have been higher the day before Trump traveled to the city of Kenosha, Wisconsin to reveal his vision of a shocking duel. Out of months of travel restrictions for COVID-19, Biden suddenly found himself on the defensive, ridiculed by Trump for his weakness in the face of events that combined left-wing anti-racist protests, riots, shootings and lethal action. right wing citizens. in Kenosha and Portland, Oregon.
Joe Biden 22 Minutes Speech To “Describe” Donald Trump
As Trump escalates the debate by shifting from his in-depth handling of the coronavirus pandemic to his favorite criminal theme, Biden risks losing the momentum allowing him to vote for the November 3 vote. But the 77-year-old Democrats returned fire, calling the Trump presidency a “toxic presence in our country.” “The fire is burning and we have a president who lights the fire instead of putting it out, the president who comes out can’t tell the truth, can’t face the facts and can’t heal. Trump can’t stop the violence because he’s been burning it for years. Trump may believe that saying the words “law and order” made him strong, but his failure to convince his own supporters to stop acting as an armed militia in this country shows how weak he is. Legal, clear and straightforward, and those who do it should be prosecuted. Do you feel right – Is it really safe under Donald Trump now? “said Joe Biden.
Donald Trump Going To Kenosha Not For Visiting The Racism Victims
The city, in one of the most prominent states on the election map, has been in turmoil since white police shot an African-American man in the front of his children during this month’s arrest. Many cases of racial and ideological tensions during the Trump era, Kenosha witnessed Black Lives Matter protests, riots and the arrival of armed white citizens, culminating in an incident in which 17-year-old militia fan Kyle Rittenhouse came under suspicion. . killed two people during the demonstration and injured others. Trump, however, made it clear that he has a different priority: tackling what he has repeatedly referred to as “anarchy” in cities ruled by the Democratic Party.
“He will meet with local law enforcement and several business leaders and observe the damage” caused by the riots, spokesman Kayleigh McEnany told reporters. Trump described his desire “to see people do a good job for me,” referring to the law enforcement unit that orchestrated the unrest. Trump also refused to condemn the alleged killing of Rittenhouse, who was on the street carrying a gun. Trump called it an “interesting situation” and said the teenager seen in the murder video – possibly Rittenhouse – reacted because he was attacked.
The White House said there were no plans for Trump’s reunion in Kenosha with the family of the black man who was shot and killed by police officer Jacob Blake. Although Biden spoke on the phone with Blakes, Trump brushed it aside, saying relatives wanted a family lawyer to join the call. “That’s inappropriate,” he said without elaborating. Trump has instead said he had “extraordinary discussions” with the “pastor,” whom he called “an extraordinary person.”
Blake’s father, Jacob Blake Sr., said Trump’s comments bothers him. “We don’t have a family pastor, I don’t know who he’s talking to, I don’t care” he said. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has asked Trump not to give up for fear of escalating tensions. Trump replied that his trip “can increase love and respect for our country”.