Biden is “your worst nightmare,” Trump told the crowd in Old Forge, just down the road from Biden’s old hometown of Scranton.
Us President Donald Trump told voters just outside his opponent Joe Biden’s Pennsylvania birthplace that the Democrat has sold out American workers and would be a nightmare if he got into power.
Before Biden was to address the nation and accept the Democratic nomination for the White House, Trump said, “he spent the last half century in Washington selling out our country and ripping off our jobs and letting other countries steal our jobs”.
Biden on Thursday accepted the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. The Biden promised to “end the darkness” of trump’s presidency by coming to power in November.
This is the third time Biden is running for president. His first presidential bid was 32 years ago, in 1988, and the second one in 2008, where he lost in the primaries to Barack Obama. He went on to become Obama’s vice president.
Biden said that Trump’s performance in handling the coronavirus pandemic was unforgiveable. We lead the world in deaths, the presidential candidate said. He said that on “Day One” of his presidency, he will prepare a national covid-19 plan and make mask-wearing compulsory around the country.
The Democratic Party had formally nominated Biden as their presidential candidate for the 2020 US elections during the second day of their national convention on august 18. Democratic delegates from 50 states and seven territories voted for Biden in a roll call that took place entirely online because of the coronavirus crisis.