Karem Neal decided Teaching and helping children was a better life choice than becoming a Chemical Engineer.

A Phoenix special education instructor, Mr. Neal is the star of the latest Biden Building Community ad.

Saying he “loves to have the ability to build this community in my classroom. When someone’s having a hard day, we just lift each other up…not being there is really tough but I’m thinking what about the rest of the community.”

He then criticizes Mr. Trump, saying:

“When the President says we have to open schools without a plan over and over again in school, I think it’s pretty reckless. He’s led the way in showing this lack of empathy.” 

Mr. Neal concludes by lavishing praise on Joe Biden, stating:

“Joe Biden knows loss. He actually seems to care about vulnerable people in our society and I think partly because his wife is a teacher that he understands what we need. We need someone who is going to look out for my student’s safety and my safety and I trust Joe Biden to do that.”

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