Trump has previously stated his desire to have an argument with Biden in 2024 so that they can “compare our records.”
Donald Trump, the Republican contender for president in 2024, welcomed President Biden to the campaign on Tuesday by criticizing the incumbent’s record.
Joe Biden has done more damage to the United States in a relatively short period of time than the five worst presidents in our country’s history combined. To which Trump responded in a statement, “Not even close.”
Trump labeled Biden “the most corrupt president in American history” and blasted his administration’s policies on the economy, inflation, rising illegal immigration, and the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. A general strategy for Republicans to use against Biden was outlined.
President Trump blamed Biden’s “socialist spending calamity” for rising prices. He said that American cities serve as a “dumping ground” for illegal immigrants, that dangerous criminals are routinely released from prison without being prosecuted, and that law enforcement is utilized against law-abiding conservatives and Republicans. Trump alluded to the cultural wars when he stated, “Our children are being indoctrinated and mutilated by left-wing freaks and zealots,” and he claimed that the military has become “woke.”
The present president, according to the former president, is embarrassing the United States internationally. He further claimed that if he had been president, Russia would not have attacked Ukraine. Donald Trump said that “Joe Biden has brought us to the edge of World War III.”
Trump stated, “With such a bad and failed presidency, it seems almost impossible that Biden would even think about running again.”
On Tuesday morning, Biden announced in a video titled “Freedom” that he and Vice President Kamala Harris will seek reelection.
“Freedom. One of the things that makes us uniquely American is our respect for individual liberty. The matter at hand supersedes all others. In the clip, the 80-year-old Biden can be heard saying, “There is nothing more holy.” For the past four years, I have been advocating for democracy in this country. This shouldn’t be a black-and-white decision.
Images from the January 6 disturbance in the Capitol opened Biden’s video. When asked about the 2024 election, he indicated that voters will be asked to decide whether they wanted “more freedom or less freedom, more rights or fewer rights.” His comments imply that Biden’s campaign will highlight the Democrats’ opposition to Republican efforts to restrict access to abortion, outlaw transgender medical treatments for minors, and adopt voting integrity legislation (which the GOP has dubbed voter suppression laws).
Vice President Biden has claimed that the American people are filled with “good and decent people” who “believe in honesty, respect, and treating each other with dignity.” These were the cornerstones of the successful 2020 presidential campaign. With a record-breaking 81 million votes to Trump’s 74 million, Biden easily defeated Trump in the Electoral College, 306 to 232.
The 76-year-old Trump has shown interest in meeting the 74-year-old Biden on a “debate stage” so they can “compare our records.” That’s if the presidential candidates from both parties win the popular vote.
The only candidates who may challenge Biden in the Democratic Primary are Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an environmentalist who is against vaccinations, and self-help author Marianne Williamson.
More prominent Republicans, such as former U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley and former Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson, are speaking out against Trump. Additionally, former Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis are expected to challenge Trump in 2020.