Dina, a Phoenix Salon Owner, whose business has been adversely affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic, appears in another Biden/Harris Campaign Ad called “Starts at the Top.”

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She first appeared in a pro-Biden/Harris ad last month called “Left Behind” where she said that the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee would do more to support small businesses like hers than Mr. Trump.

In the new ad, Dina faults Donald Trump for his poor leadership during the Coronavirus Pandemic, saying, good leadership “starts at the top.”

She also worried about the divisiveness in the country under Trump, saying that unlike September 11 when the country united, “he has divided all of us. He’s actually made it worse than it ever needed to be.”

She went on further, stating:

“Our kids could have been in school. We could all be working. Every day seems to be getting a little worse. I don’t think he has a way to get this under control. I mean I’m afraid of dying. (She starts to cry.) I’m sorry. I’m afraid of not seeing my kids grow up.”

The ad concludes with Dina saying:

“We need Joe Biden. I think he’ll do a much better job at uniting us as a country. I trust Joe Biden to do that.”

Dina is right.

You need a strong leader at the top to lead the nation during a crisis.

Donald Trump has shown he is incapable of doing that.

Joe Biden, through his participation overseeing the American Recovery Act and helping the nation get through the Ebola Crisis, has demonstrated he is such a leader.

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