In perhaps their best ad yet that demonstrates both the failure of Donald Trump and the benefits of a Joe Biden Presidency, the Lincoln Project unveiled their latest video called “How a President Leads.”

The one minute video starts with how past modern Presidents dealt with national tragedies with a background text of “Our Presidents rise in moments of crisis to hear our pain and lead us forward.” Examples included:

  • Ronald Reagan after the Challenger disaster.
  • Bill Clinton after the Oklahoma Domestic Terrorist Attack.
  • George W. Bush after the 9/11 Al Queda Terrorist Attacks.
  • Barack Obama after the White Supremacist shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.

The text narration then shifts to “Until Now” and shows video excerpts of Donald Trump dispatching troops to confront protestors saying “we dominate the streets.”

The video then shifts to introducing Joe Biden with the text “the time has come to restore decency.” The video shows a happy Joe Biden mingling with the American People, saying in the background :

“I won’t traffic in fear and division. I won’t fan the flames of hate. It’s time to pick up our heads and remember who we are. This is the United States of America.”

The video ends with people chanting “U.S.A.” in the background.

Please see the video below.

Voters really should not have to think hard about this when voting on November 3, 2020.

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