US NEWS: Trump attacks his rival Biden in a White House speech that accepted nominations

WASHINGTON – Contempt President Donald Trump welcomed a Republican re-election on Thursday in the wake of a powerful attack on his rival Joe Biden, confirming that the Democratic Alliance victory in November would exacerbate ethnic tensions and the nation’s coronavirus epidemic.

Speaking at White House South Lawn despite criticism and his use of the residence as a political office, Trump described Biden, a politician who works as a historian of a long history of equality, as a widespread man who would enter the United States lawless and dangerous.

“This election will decide whether we are protecting law-abiding Americans, or whether we are giving freedom to riotous protesters and criminals who threaten our citizens,” Trump said on the fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention in an hour-long speech.

In addition to the epidemic that killed more than 180,000 Americans, Trump delivered his speech in front of a crowd of more than a thousand people, standing in front of numerous American flags and singing “Another four years!” and “U.S.A.!”

His language inspired his speech to welcome the 2016 rally, which also came at a time of racial tension after the killing of eight police officers in Texas and Louisiana during protests following the shooting of Black men.

“Americans who watched this talk tonight saw pictures of the violence on our streets and the chaos in our communities,” he said at the time, vowing to end the chaos.

But Trump, who ran successfully as a rebel four years ago, is now in charge of the White House, making it even more difficult for him to solve the problem.

Republicans on Thursday sought to extend that message after days of conflict and violence in Kenosha, Washington, when police shot dead a black man, Jacob Blake, on Sunday. They wrongly say that Biden will “return the money to the police.” Biden has rejected the position.

As the night progressed, Biden returned to Twitter, writing, “When Donald Trump says tonight you won’t be safe in Joe Biden’s America, look around and ask yourself: How safe do you feel in Donald Trump’s America?”

U.S. President Donald Trump delivered his inaugural address as President of the Republic of 2020 during the final Republican National Convention on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S., 27 August 2020.
In an effort to paint Biden as a “radical left” tool, Trump has also distorted Democrat policy positions on many other issues, including migration, guns, law enforcement, abortion and power generation.

“Given the opportunity, he will be the destroyer of American greatness,” Trump warned.

The televised event – which was supposed to be the first TV host to become president – stood in stark contrast to Biden’s welcome speech last week, which was broadcast live from a venue that was extremely empty about the disease.

After the speech, fireworks exploded over the nearby Washington Memorial as the president and his family watched, giving Trump and the assembly a powerful closing photo.

The crowd, seated in white chairs by inches, showed little evidence of social reduction or face mask despite the recommendations of health professionals. But Trump’s campaign said he had taken appropriate health measures in organizing the South Lawn event.

In a commemorative split, attendees heard anti-Trump protesters blowing horns near the White House as he spoke, a sound that could be heard occasionally broadcast live.

SHIFTING BLAME
Trump, a former local engineer in New York, wants to reverse the re-election campaign that has been so overshadowed by a health crisis that has taken millions of Americans out of work and killed more people than ever before.
His campaign comes in the wake of a new series of protests over the recent Black American police shooting. In Kenosha, there was even more calm after three civil strife that ended on Tuesday, including arson, vandalism and deadly shootings.

In his speech on Thursday, Trump again blamed China for the disease and promised in his second term that he would impose a tax on any company that leaves the United States to build jobs overseas, one of the unconventional concrete policy proposals.

He also promised to rebuild what the Republicans call the “biggest economy” in history and to attack Biden, saying it would close the country if necessary to reduce the spread of the disease. Many health experts blame the recurrence of coronavirus cases in recently rehabilitated businesses.

“Joe Biden’s plan is not a solution to the virus, but rather a commitment,” Trump said.

While Trump’s popularity among Republican voters remains high, disagreements are growing within the party.

In three open letters published on Thursday and Friday, Biden received recommendations from more than 160 people working for former Republican President George W. Bush or for Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and John McCain, reports The New York Times and Politico.

Thursday’s program seeks to protest the disruption by a video showing former Democratic Alliance voters saying they now support Trump and remarks from U.S. Attorney Jeff Van Drew, who has left the Democratic Party to join the Republicans.

Trump released last week Monday accusing Democrats of trying to steal the election by defending a no-vote vote. His previous keynote speeches also highlighted negative themes, including his first speech in January 2017 which described the “massacre of Americans.”

With both conferences completed, the campaign comes to an end, with ease. Biden, who has been heavily involved in human affairs since March due to the disease, said in Thursday’s bag that he expected to travel to many war-torn countries after September.

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