The Biden campaign responds to Trump’s ‘hurt god’ attack: ‘Biden’s faith in who he is’

Campaign spokesman Andrew Bates said, “(Biden) has lived his entire life with dignity, and is a source of strength and comfort in times of extreme suffering.”

There was a backlash after Trump, in his relentless pursuit of tying Biden far and wide, claimed in Ohio that the former vice president wanted to “take out your guns, destroy your Second Amendment, no religion, nothing. Bible.” But hurt. ” , Injury to God. He is against God, he is against guns. ”

Biden has spoken publicly for a long time about the role his faith has played in his life, especially during moments of tragedy. Biden lost his first wife and daughter in a car accident, and later, his son Bue got cancer. The former vice-president, who regularly wears his late son’s Rosie Roti on his wrist, has publicly spoken about the role his faith played in carrying him through grief.

Biden said during a CNN city, “I’m not trying to sue, I’m not trying to convince you to share your religious views. But that’s important to me because it gives me hope and purpose.” Provides. ” Hall with a bereaved pastor who lost his wife during a Charleston church shooting.
In his statement, Bates criticized Trump for cleaning up peaceful protesters in front of the White House, using a photo in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church to take a photo with the Bible, as well as advertising an attack On 1 June, Biden prayed after the death of George Floyd at an African Methodist Episcopal Church in Delaware.

“Donald Trump is the only president in our history who tore away peaceful Americans and threw a priest out of his church, so that he could desecrate it — and a Bible – to his own cynical publishers because he gave us tears.” Tried to make excuses. ” Nation apart from a moment of crisis and suffering, “Bates said.” And it comes a day after Trump’s campaign prayed to Joe Biden, praying the church in one of the harshest expressions of weakness throughout this campaign That he is praying for her to fall. ”

Former communications director of the Republican National Committee and a CNN political commentator Doug Haye questioned the effectiveness of Trump’s attack on Biden.

“We have seen these attacks before and they are not effective outside a very small part of the Republican base,” Haye said.

“You have conducted such hyper-political attacks that question someone’s faith, it is bound to not be effective,” he said, adding that such an attack could backfire and even voter sympathy Can also change.