On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, the American People saw two versions of the American Presidency.
In the middle of the day, Democratic Presidential Nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden presented an enlightened and coherent vision and plan for modernizing the nation’s infrastructure with an emphasis on clean energy technology.
Please watch the presentation below:
Later, the people saw the 2016 Popular Vote Loser deliver a close to an hour rant filled with falsehoods and downright dangerous misstatements that fact-checkers are probably still working on.
The only thing Mr. Trump did not do wrong was he did not drool.
For people who have any doubt about Mr. Trump, watch his performance on CBS News (where he defended the Confederate Flag and minimized the significance of African American shootings by police) and Townhall (where he supported the two gun holding Missouri plutocrats.)
The choice for the American Voter, after watching these starkly contrasting presentations, could not be clearer.
There is only one Presidential Person in these videos and it is not Donald Trump.
November 3, 2020, is 111 days away.
- Primary Election Day is on August 4, 2020, and General Election Day is on November 3. 2020. Please see the below graphic for all-important voting dates.
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