- President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden humiliated on Monday as the 2020 presidential campaign entered its final phase with the US Labor Day holiday.
- “Biden is a stupid person – you know that,” Trump said during a press conference.
- Biden took a swipe at a campaign stop on Trump, citing a report by The Atlantic, citing a report from The Atlantic that quoted sources saying Trump had “beaten” and “sucked” American soldiers ” said.
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President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden made rhetoric at each other on Monday and entered their traditional home in the presidential campaign on the occasion of the US President’s Day holiday.
Trump described Biden, who he trails in national elections, who is a threat to the economy and “stupid”, while Biden reports targeting Trump that the president disgruntled fallen soldiers, calling him “downright American “said.
Trump again pushed against a report in The Atlantic that he called American soldiers “suckers” and “losers”, “calling it a hoax.” The story has dominated news coverage for several days and threatened the support of Trump’s veterans and military members, the major polling station.
“There is no one who not only has more respect for our military, but also for those who lay down their lives in the military,” Trump said.
Biden cited the alleged remarks on Monday during campaigning in the electoral battlefield Pennsylvania.
Referring to his son, Bue Biden, who served in Iraq as a member of the Delaware National Guard and died of brain cancer in 2015, he added that “Beau was not a loser or sucker,” adding : “He served with the heroes.”
Biden’s trip to Pennsylvania on Monday dampened the havoc of the battlefield visit, with both Biden and Trump opining this week that some votes tightened the race for less than 60 days.
With the Coronauras epidemic and civil unrest focusing on racism and police brutality in recent months, Biden is trying to maintain his edge by portraying the Republican president as an ineffective leader who thrives in chaos and the working class. Is left behind.
Trump has struggled to change the contours of the campaign, despite racially polarized and highly charged rhetoric on “law and order” that aims to attract new supporters to suburban parts of major swing states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan .
2 also affected the economy
Biden met with union leaders in the Pennsylvania capital, Harrisburg, and spoke to AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, the leader of the largest federation of American labor unions. He also questioned union activists and met with union members during the day, who served in the US Army.
Biden’s campaign also announced the support of three unions: the International Union of Workers of North America, the creator of the International Union and the National Federation of Federal Employees.
Biden promised to be the “strongest Labor president” in the country’s history if he intervened in organizing the union and held him legally responsible for raising the minimum wage and strengthening the National Labor Relations Board.
“Fox discovers that it is not Wall Street’s financial wizards who run this country. It is you, the essential worker,” Bidd said during a virtual incident with Trumka.
Trump said that if Biden was elected, the Democrats would order another economic shutdown to deal with the coronovirus epidemic.
Trump said, “Biden plans to shut down the entire US economy for the China virus.” “He will lay off millions of workers and cause countless deaths from suicide, substance abuse, depression, heart disease and other very serious diseases.”
Trump’s plans to come to the end of the week in North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, all considered crucial to both candidates’ chances of winning.
Polls in Pennsylvania, which Trump narrowly won in 2016, have consistently kept Biden in the lead, but the average shows margins are limited by 4 to 5 percentage points, a drop of nearly 8 points at the end of June. done. Biden is scheduled to return to Pennsylvania on Friday.
(Reporting by Trevor Hunnicutt and Jeff Mason; Additional reporting by Michael Martina; Editing by Coleen Jenkins, Leslie Adler and Peter Connie)