TWO CANDIDATES, TWO PATHS
One week before the US presidential election, President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden have charted radically different paths to get out of the health crisis during a meeting or speech on Tuesday.
“You have a choice between our plan to kill the virus, or the Biden plan to kill the American dream,” Donald Trump said to a compact crowd of hundreds of supporters in Michigan, one of the states that brought him the victory in 2016. He wants to lock you all up again, “he said.” This election is a choice between a Trump super-recovery or a Biden depression.
From Georgia, a state he hopes to take away from Donald Trump, Joe Biden has again tackled him on his management of the pandemic.
“We can control the virus, and we will,” said Joe Biden, exploiting the little phrase of Donald Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows, who had said over the weekend: “We are not going to control the pandemic, we will control the fact that we can have vaccines “.
“If you grant me the honor of being your president, prepare for a change of priorities. Because we will act, from the first day of my presidency, to regain control of the Covid”, said the former vice -President of Barack Obama.