Joe Biden Says President Trump Has ‘Ripped' The Soul Out of America
Former Vice President takes another shot at the presidential
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden said that President Donald Trump has “ripped” the soul out of America during the closing statements at the 2020 Democratic debate.
Biden, whose campaign team is reportedly in panic following his weak performance during the debate, used his closing statements to attack Trump and his presidency.
The former Vice President vowed to restore the soul that Trump has ripped out of America.
“I’m ready to lead this country because I think it’s important to restore the soul of this nation,” Biden said.
“This president has ripped it out."
"It’s the only president in our history who has equated racism and white supremacists with ordinary and decent people.”
“He’s the only president who has in fact engaged and embraced in dictators and thumbed their nose at our allies,” Biden continued.
Biden said that Trump has “put us in a horrible situation.”
Every single Democratic presidential candidate vowed to give free, taxpayer-funded health care to illegal immigrants living in the US, if they win the election.
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When asked whether they would pledge to give illegal aliens government health insurance, every 2020 Democrat on the stage raised their hand.
The candidates were asked if “undocumented immigrants” should receive health coverage paid for by the American taxpayer.
The declaration prompted the only Twitter response from President Donald Trump during the debate, to which he said they should be "taking care of American Citizens first."
In between making arguments for gun control and giving transgender people abortion rights, each of the ten candidates discussed, in vague terms, why they believe the economy is "failing" Americans.
The population mostly disagrees with the Dems' claims of this alleged failure, however.