Trump: Voters Will Choose 'American Dream' or 'Socialist Hellhole' this Election
President slams Democrat nominee Joe Biden but says voters will decide
President Donald Trump has said that during the 2020 election, voters will be deciding whether they want the "American dream" or a "socialist hellhole."
The president made the comments during a Tuesday interview on "Fox & Friends" while discussing the choice for America in the coming election.
Trump was responding to a question about what he thinks is the starkest contrast between himself and Democrat nominee Joe Biden.
"So many individual things," Trump replied.
"Whether it's Second Amendment or energy or all of these things -- they want to raise your taxes, I want to lower your taxes, regulations, all of that," he explained.
"But the bottom line: the American Dream. The great American Dream versus being a socialist hellhole."
He added that the U.S. would be "no different than Venezuela" under a Biden administration.
"Venezuela 20 years ago was unbelievable," he said.
"And now they don't have water, they don't have food, they don't have medicine.
"The only difference is, we'd be much bigger.
"But that's what it is. It's the American Dream versus a socialist hellhole."
Trump also said a Biden administration would lead to "socialized medicine."
Biden currently has a plan to "protect" and build upon the Obama-era Affordable Care Act "by giving Americans more choice, reducing health care costs, and making our health care system less complex to navigate."
Other Democratic leaders, including former 2020 Democratic candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, have called for a universal health care plan for all Americans.
"They want you to go to a hospital if you have a cold -- take away your health care," Trump said.
"I mean, you can go down a list forever.
"They want to take away your guns, defund your police, or at least radically change your police," the president said in reference to police budget cuts in the two cities
"Look what they're doing in Minneapolis -- in Seattle," he added.
Biden has made efforts to appeal to more moderate voters, denouncing calls to defund police, saying he does not support universal health care and saying he will not support an end to fracking.
His party, however, is pushing for stronger radical-left policies.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) told Just the News in September that Democrats will "continue to push Vice President Biden on issues from marijuana to climate change to foreign policy."