Joe Biden knows how to be President.
If the reactions from both the former Vice President and the current occupant of the White House during this Coronavirus do not convince voters, then surely the differing reactions both men have exhibited in the aftermath of the George Floyd murder and subsequent protests should be telling.
Joe Biden gave a national address to console the Floyd Family and the nation.
Where is Donald Trump?
Joe Biden listened and talked to George Floyds brother in a 15-minute condolence call.
Donald Trump talked to the brother in a two-minute quickie where Mr. Floyd did not get a chance to say much.
Joe Biden held an empathetic and productive meeting looking for solutions to today’s ills facing the nation’s cities with some of the country’s mayors (including those from Atlanta and Chicago.) Please see the video below.
In a phone call today with Governors, Trump berated them, calling them weak and enablers, demanding they “arrest and try more” people.
With protestors on the street, Joe Biden has ventured out to talk to some of them and attend Church sessions.
Donald Trump and his people said he is “considering” listening group sessions (maybe they need to tell him in advance they appreciate him) and is hiding in the White House bunker.
Joe Biden said in a Facebook Post:
“We are a nation in pain, but we must not allow this pain to destroy us. We are a nation enraged, but we cannot allow our rage to consume us. We are a nation exhausted, but we will not allow our exhaustion to defeat us.”
“The only way to bear this pain is to turn all that anguish to purpose. And as President, I will help lead this conversation — and more importantly, I will listen, just as I did today visiting the site of last night’s protests in Wilmington.”
Donald Trump tweeted (now hidden) last week:
“These THUGS are dishonoring the memory of George Floyd, and I won’t let that happen. Any difficulty and we will assume control but, when the looting starts, the shooting starts.”
Do the American People really have to think about which Presidential Candidate to vote for on November 3, 2020?
There should be no doubt who the real man is.
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