Joe Biden made a visit at a training centre near Duluth, Minn and delivered a fiery speech to contrast his principle with Donald Trump’s on last Friday.
In his speech, Biden said, “Like a lot of you, I spent a lot of my life with guys like Donald Trump looking down on me. Looking down on people who make a living with their hands, people who take care of our kids, clean our streets.”
He added, “These are the guys who always thought they were better than me, better than us because they had a lot of money. Guys who inherited everything they got and still managed to squander it.”
During the tour at the training centre, Biden began criticizing Trump’s action on handling Coronavirus pandemic. This criticism of Biden’s economic perspective based on Trump’s administration response over this pandemic. He indicted Trump only cares about the economy over the pandemic.
Joe Biden also said that Trump cares about the stock market, but people who grew up in Scranton, Claymont doesn’t have money in the stock market. Biden said. “What the hell is he talking about? People I grew up with in Scranton, Claymont, we don’t have money in stocks. Every penny we made is to pay the bills and take care of the families, put clothes on the back and a roof overhead.”
Moreover, Biden realized the problem in America was the rich have gotten richer, especially during Trump’s presidency. Biden made it clear that his campaign was a simple concept that to reward hard work in America, not wealth and he wanted a fair share by the wealthy American. He mentioned that the income gap of Americans is a big problem where the poor stay poor and the rich get richer. However, during the Trump presidency, this problem is not being fixed, in fact, it is becoming worse.
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Prepared by: Farhana A.