When Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden stepped to the podium for a campaign speech yesterday, no one assumed he was there to make nice – and he didn’t. In his first major speech since the Democratic National Convention, Biden went after President Trump in a big way.
Among other things, Biden said in reference to Mr. Trump that a president’s job “is to to lead, not to incite." He also accused Trump of stoking violence in American cities. Biden mused about the notion of anyone believing there will be less violence in America if Trump is re-elected.
On that note, Biden also condemned "senseless violence" involving rioting and looting. He called it "lawlessness, plain and simple." As Biden sees it, Trump has failed to protect America, "so now he's trying to scare America."