United States President Donald Trump has warned Americans against Democratic challenger Joe Biden who according to him will prove detrimental to American dream if he gets elected as President in November’s election. Speaking on the last night of RNC, the president blasted his opponent as the “destroyer of American greatness”.
He alleged that Democrats will release the “violent anarchists” in the cities of America after coming to power. The former vice-president currently has the single-digit lead over President Trump with both having 68 days for them to work until the final battle. The Republicans will now get busy in a 10-week sprint as they woo the voters to return the verdict in their favor.
On Thursday night, President Trump asked the voters to get him another 4 years in White House and he would erase the COVID-19 that has rattled the US economy and will quash civil unrest that breakout after a series of incidents depicting police brutality towards African-Americans.
Having spent four years at the office, the Republican accepted his party’s nomination on Thursday night.
“This election will decide whether we save the American dream,” he said, “or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish our cherished destiny.”
He added: “Your vote will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans, or whether we give free rein to violent anarchists, agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens.”
Trump not baffled with the violent racial justice protests that happened off late seemed defiant and more dark as he spoke form the South Lawn in the WH which was once again fortified with new fencing to keep the demonstrators at bay from the building.
He criticized that Democrats and left have radicalized the Americans and through their party convention have forced them to believe that America is a place of racial social and justice inequality.
“So tonight, I ask you a very simple question – how can the Democrat party ask to lead our country it spends so much time tearing down our country?”
“In the left’s backward view, they do not see American as the most free, just and exceptional nation on earth. Instead, they see wicked nation that must be punished for its sins.”
Once again not mincing his words, the President attacked the political legacy of his Democratic challenger, saying: “Joe Biden spent his entire career outsourcing the dreams of American workers, offshoring their jobs, opening their borders and sending their sons and daughters to fight in endless foreign wars.”
While he depicted his challenger as “a Trojan horse for socialism”, Biden’s decade-long political struggle didn’t receive the easy rating initially as he made his case for WH nomination but eventually captured it. Trump named Biden over 40 times in his speech but the former Delaware senator didn’t bother to make a mention of him once in his address last week. He though responded to the blistering attack launched by Republican.
Biden took to twitter and responded: “When Donald Trump says tonight you won’t be safe in Joe Biden’s American, look around and ask yourself” How safe do you feel in Donald Trump’s America?”