Election 2020: Obama Denounces Trump For Not 'Helping Anybody But Himself'

  • Election 2020: Obama Denounces Trump For Not 'Helping Anybody But Himself'

Election 2020: Obama Denounces Trump For Not 'Helping Anybody But Himself'

Former President Barack Obama arrives to speak at Citizens Bank Park as he campaigns for Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, in Philadelphia. "He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself".

Republicans - including Trump's advisers - are suggesting he lower the temperature on the debate stage.

"You know Joe", Obama said of his former vice president.

For Biden, who has largely eschewed in-person events this week to prepare, the debate also comes with risk.

Murtaugh went on to attack Biden's son, Hunter, who was the subject of a controversial New York Post story published last week.

Furthermore, according to the IAAS, over 70 per cent of registered Indian-American voters plan to vote for Biden-Harris while only 22 per cent will vote for Trump as the next US President.

"He's been through it once, with Trump directly", said Amanda Renteria, an aide on Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign, who recalled how Trump ratcheted up his dramatic tactics over the course of their three debates. "That's what people care about, and one of the things I love about Joe Biden - he doesn't take on or talk about other people's kids".

"There were a whole bunch of polls last time".

Mr Robertson, who founded the Christian Broadcasting Network, said: "I was praying on Sunday, saying, 'God, please tell me how it's going to happen, ' and I hope I've got the word".

Obama said he understood young voters' scepticism and disinterest. Days after the first debate, he announced he tested positive for COVID-19.

A new administration led by Biden would also rescind what the campaign calls 'the un-American travel and refugees bans, also referred to as "Muslim bans"'.

Obama said the future of the country is at stake. The debate, moderated by NBC's Kristen Welker, is a final chance for both men to make their case to a television audience of tens of millions of voters. "He was all over the place", Trump said during a campaign rally in Gastonia, North Carolina on Wednesday. "In the meantime, that's the White House behind me".

After the diagnosis, the Commission on Presidential Debates ruled that the second debate, which was to have been held last week, be virtual.

"Women start to get very uncomfortable with that kind of behavior", Rentería said. She added, she's "just trying to get some goodness here".

Biden's advantage represents an improvement on his average performance in other recent Pennsylvania polling.

The poll had the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates in a 47-47 dead heat in Texas, a state which Trump won by nine points four years ago and which hasn't voted for a Democrat since Jimmy Carter in 1976.

He went on to claim a period of violence will rock the USA in the aftermath of the election, followed by five years of peace.

Trump's devoted base of loyalists, however, is still planning debate watch parties, and any appearance by him could pump them up before the election.

Earlier, at a roundtable with Black community organisers in Philadelphia, he said "the pandemic would have been tough for any president, we haven't seen something like this for 100 years".

After the chaos and turmoil of the election, which the preacher thinks will include a war in Israel and assassination attempts on President Trump, Mr Robertson claimed God will instigate a period of "great peace".