Donald Trump sees the USA threatened by a “socialist agenda.”
At the party conference, Trump accepted the nomination – and handed it out against his challenger: Joe Biden is a “destroyer of American greatness”.
Donald Trump is again a US Republican presidential candidate. He will accept the nomination, said Trump in his speech at the party congress on in front of around 1,500 supporters. Trump will face the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, on November 3rd.
As expected, Trump criticized his challenger. Former Vice President Biden “is not the saviour of the American soul,” said Trump. “If Biden gets the chance, he will be the destroyer of American greatness,” said the president, again mistakenly referring to Biden as a representative of the radical left. Biden is considered a moderate democrat.
He linked Biden with the loss of jobs in some of the electoral key states. Workers in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and other states who have lost their jobs “didn’t want Joe Biden’s empty words of empathy, they wanted their jobs back,” Trump said. Among other things, he portrayed Biden as an enemy of the auto industry because, among other things, he had supported the North American Free Trade Agreement, through which jobs migrated to Mexico and overseas.
Trump won in Michigan and Pennsylvania in 2016, which went to Democrats in the previous six elections. He won Ohio at the time too. He will probably need the Ohio votes for re-election.
“This is the most important election in our country’s history,” said the Republican incumbent less than 70 days before the November 3rd presidential election. Never before would citizens have had a clearer choice between “two parties, two visions, two philosophies or two agendas”: “The choice will determine whether we save the American dream or whether we allow a socialist agenda to be our cherished Destiny destroyed. “