PRESIDENT CONTRASTS HIS TOUGH POSITION ON CRIME, ECONOMIC SUCCESSES WITH JOE BIDEN’S LACK OF VISION
ALBUQUERQUE, SEPTEMBER 30 — President Trump proved last night in a bruising debate that he has done more in 47 months than Joe Biden has in 47 years.
To the surprise of many, Joe Biden was more on his game last night, consistently hitting President Trump. Throughout the debate, however, it was Trump who landed key blows against the former Vice President, showing his strengths when it comes to fighting crime and improving our economy. Joe Biden is weak on crime and would shut down the economy.
The President proved his leadership on both fronts.
Trump offered a bold presentation, chock full of his many accomplishments, while Joe Biden offered no concrete policy plans. Biden showed America he cannot provide solutions and that he is no more ready to lead the nation.
Trump controlled the dialogue, was confident, and presented the nation with a string of his successes. He spoke of solutions to serious issues. He clearly explained how he has fought hard to ensure law and order, to protect our freedoms with his Supreme Court nominee, to revitalize a still-growing economy and to protect the American people from COVID-19.
Joe Biden, on the other hand, seemed flustered, confused and had few clear answers to move America forward. Trump defused the lie that Biden try to sell that the President is weak on COVID-19
The following is a statement from Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce:
“Last night Joe Biden was hitting with jabs, while President Trump was landing haymakers. Biden refused to condemn Antifa, admitted he’d shut down the economy and couldn’t name a single law enforcement group that’s endorsing him. Biden showed his weakness on crime. He also refused to respond to questions about packing the Supreme Court. Biden never presented a clear vision where he would take the country and used the debate to attack Trump, a tactic Hillary Clinton tried in 2016. Throughout the evening, the President provided the nation with a clear vision for our nation, focusing on crime and the economy.”