The final debate of 2020 US Election: trump Bidens tit for tat, epidemic is the key word

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 The final debate of 2020 US Election: trump Bidens tit for tat, epidemic is the key word


At 9:00 p.m. Eastern time (9:00 a.m. Beijing time) on the 22nd, the debate was held at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, and hosted by Kristen Welker of NBC. The debate lasted more than 90 minutes and included topics such as the new outbreak, the family and economy of the United States, ethnic issues, climate change, national security and leadership.

The high-profile debate is likely to be the last time both candidates appear in public before the election day. It could be the last chance to change the momentum of the current presidential and Republican candidate trump, who has been losing ground in national and key state polls for several weeks.

During the debate, the two presidential candidates were tit for tat on topics such as the new epidemic, health care, economy, national security, and race issues.

The scene of the debate.

The first issue of the nights debate was about the new crown epidemic, which has become a key issue in the 2020 U.S. election, and occupied the most discussion time in the debate that night.

As usual, trump played down the severity of the outbreak, adding that his actions prevented 2.5 million Americans from dying and claimed he was immune to the new crown.

Its going to disappear. Were turning. Its disappearing. We cant shut this country down, its a country with a huge economy, trump said

Biden responded that 220000 people have died of the new coronavirus in the United States, those responsible for so many deaths should not continue to be president. Biden also said his government would listen to scientists, and Trumps divisive approach hindered the United States from responding to the epidemic.

Since October 1, more than half of the states in the United States have set a new record of new cases in a single day, the Washington Post reported. Nationwide, the 7-day average of new cases has risen for 19 consecutive days, and the number of inpatients and deaths has also begun to rise.

Biden stressed that the most serious epidemic may not have arrived, the United States is about to enter a dark winter, while trump has no clear plan, and there is no vaccine available for most Americans until the middle of next year.

Trump said we are learning to live with the new coronavirus, but people are dying from the virus. Biden said.

As for Trumps claim that the vaccine is ready and will be announced in a few weeks, the host asked, and experts said it would take at least several months for the vaccine to become widely available. In response, trump said, I think my schedule will be more accurate.

Trump and Biden have different views on the health care issue of American people.

Trump

Trump said he hoped the Supreme Court would repeal the Obamacare. Obamacare is not good. What we want to do is stop it. Trump said.

Biden, on the other hand, hopes to expand the coverage and affordability of Obamacare. He stressed that subsidies under the affordable care act would be strengthened to help more people buy insurance, and that he would introduce a public purchase option for the government, calling it bidencare.

Trump said he will unveil a plan to replace Obamacare, which will continue to protect those who already have diseases. He has said that for years, but the plan has not yet been released.

national security

During the debate, both presidential candidates were asked to respond to recent revelations that Iran and Russia had intervened in the election.

I made it clear that any country that interferes in the US election, whoever it is, will pay for it, Biden said If I am elected, they will pay the price.

Biden also accused trump of failing to act on Russias actions in terms of electoral intervention, and presented a recent report, noting that Trumps national security adviser warned that his private lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, was Russias influence and target.

Immigration reform

When trump asked Biden why he had not passed immigration reform during Obamas eight years in office, Biden responded, because we made a mistake. Because the Republicans are in control of the house, it took us too long.

Biden.

Biden went on to say that if elected, he would take a different approach.

The fact is, Ive made it clear that Im going to send more than 11 million undocumented immigrants to the U.S. Congress within 100 days. Biden said all of these people will be able to stay in the United States and embark on the path to citizenship.

Race issues

In the race issue, trump again attacked Bidens support for a crime bill passed in 1994, which led to more blacks in prison.

Trump said the legislation has done so much harm to the black community.. He also said his economic policies have brought more benefits to black Americans than any other president in history.

Biden responded that the law was a mistake, the fact is, there is systemic racism in the United States.

Trump said Biden had been vice president for eight years to combat racism, but he did not. Trump stressed that he was the least racist person, adding that I get along very well with everyone..

You add fuel to every racist incident. Biden hit back.

climate change

The last question in the debate that night was: what message would both sides send to Americans who did not vote for them on Inauguration Day.

Trump stressed that he would rebuild the U.S. economy, which suffered heavy losses from the new outbreak.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }We have to make our country completely successful, just as it was before the outbreak Trump said. Bidens response was to reassure the nation that he would be president for all, including democratic and Republican supporters. I am the president of the United States. On behalf of all of you, whether you vote for me or against me, I will make sure you are represented. Biden said. As of the 22nd, with only 12 days to go before the election, more than 48 million American voters have voted early, accounting for a quarter of the 200 million eligible voters in the United States. This number has also exceeded the total number of early votes in 2016. (this article is from the surging news, for more original information, please download the surging news app) read the extended reading of Obamas shelling of trump for Bidens firepower several crimes of the United States for interfering in the election sanctions against Iranian institutions American officials: Russias threat is greater, and the United States has tried to intervene in the election by imposing sanctions on five Iranian entities. Source: surging news editor: Kang Ruixin_ NB16727

Bidens response was to reassure the nation that he would be president for all, including democratic and Republican supporters.

As of the 22nd, with only 12 days to go before the election, more than 48 million American voters have voted early, accounting for a quarter of the 200 million eligible voters in the United States. This number has also exceeded the total number of early votes in 2016.

(this article is from surging news. For more original information, please download the surging news app)