Accepting the nomination of the Republican Party for a second term, President Trump said on Thursday that he alone stands as a wall against forces like socialism, anarchy and extremism. “But if Democratic opponent Joe Biden is elected in November, he will be the champion.”
He stressed that Biden’s victory would deepen the current crisis in the country. Trump said all this while standing on the South Lawn of the White House, while it is being criticized that he is using the President’s residence for politics. On the fourth and last night of the Republican National Convention, Trump said that “this election will decide whether we save the American dream or we allow a socialist agenda to destroy our hard-earned fortunes.”
“This election will decide whether we protect the law abiding Americans, or we give free leeway to violent chaotic agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens.” Despite the Corona virus epidemic, Trump delivered his speech in front of more than 1,000 people. Dozens of American flags were waved in front of them and slogans were being chanted – “Four more years!” And “USA!”
However, Trump has remained an outsider, seeking a four-year term. In the same manner, he had won the election even before. He won the presidency for the first time in 2016 with the promise of ending crime and violence. On Thursday, he and some other Republican leaders said in their speech that Trump and not the Trump administration should blame the state and urban Democratic leaders of cities like Kenosha, Wisconsin, for racial tensions. In this city this week, a black man was shot by the police, after which that person was paralyzed.
Despite the growing unrest in his own time, he said, “No one will be safe in Biden’s America.” Biden then tweeted, in which he wrote, “When Donald Trump said tonight that you will not be safe in Biden’s America, look around you and ask yourself: how safe are you in Donald Trump’s America?” Feel? “
Trump’s speech was completely different from Biden’s last week. During the epidemic, Biden gave a speech at the nearly empty stadium, which was broadcast live. During Trump’s speech, the crowd sat on chairs a few inches away, despite the advice of health experts that social distancing or face masks showed little use.
Due to Corona virus, both political parties have increased their conventions and most of the events are becoming virtual. Trump’s campaign team says that they are taking care of important health precautions. However, the voices of anti-Trump protesters were also heard near the venue of Trump’s speech.