Biden holds a campaign event in Pittsburgh on Monday

Democratic presidential candidate criticizes President Trump’s response to the pandemic and racial unrest.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Monday speaks in one of the key swing states – Pennsylvania. Earlier, it was reported that the former Vice President intended to criticize President Donald Trump, condemning his reaction to racial unrest and the pandemic.

“This President has long lost any moral leadership in this country,” the prepared text of Biden’s speech reads. – He is not able to stop the violence because he has fueled it for years.”
“Does anyone think there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is re-elected?” asks Biden.

President Trump, on Monday, posted a series of tweets criticizing democratic mayors and governors, saying they have lost control of cities where protests are raging.

Several people have been killed in clashes in recent weeks. On Tuesday, Trump will visit the city of Kenosha in Wisconsin, where new protests began last week over the fact that police officers shot several times at an African-American man, Jacob Blake, in front of his children. Democrats, including the Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, urged Trump not to come to the city.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Biden has hardly left his home state of Delaware, but according to his campaign headquarters, he now plans to travel more around the country.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
Function: Chief-Editor