Biden: You 'Probably Shouldn't' Vote for Me if You Think You're Better Under Trump
Former Vice President alienates more potential voters
Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden reacted to a recent Gallup poll which suggested people think they're better off under President Donald Trump than under the Obama-Biden administration, stating “their memory is not very good."
During Monday's interview with Cincinnati’s WKRC Local 12, Biden stated that those people "probably shouldn’t” vote for him if they believe they're better off under the current President.
Local 12 anchor Kyle Inskeep asked Biden:
“I want to talk a little bit about the economy. Gallup reported last week, 56% of Americans said that they were better off today than they were four years ago, [which] would have been under the Obama-Biden administration."
"So why should people who feel that they are better off today, under the Trump administration, vote for you?”
“Well, if they think that, they probably shouldn’t."
"If they think — 54% of the American people are better off economically today than they were under our administration?" Biden added.
"Well, their memory is not very good, quite frankly. And in addition to that, we have a president who doesn’t share the values of most Americans," the former Vice President stated.
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"He’s not very honest with people. He is flouting the conventions relative to public safety in terms of, even now, not wearing a mask, a guy who has been a superspreader, and so on," Biden continued.
"So I — but look, whatever they believe, they should go out and vote. People should vote," he said.
"Period. If I’m elected, I’m not going to be a president — a Democratic president," Biden added.
"I’m going to be a president for all Americans, whether they voted for me or against me.”
The former Vice President said people "probably shouldn't vote for" him if they believed Read'es allegations.
Biden's now-running mate Kamala Harris said at the time she believed the women who spoke out against the former Vice President.
“I believe them, and I respect them being able to tell their story and having the courage to do it,” she said.