Republican and Democratic Presidential nominees had for 90 minutes debated vital issues in the last and ultimate face-off ahead of the 2020 Elections.
All pundits agreed that yesterday’s encounter was more organized and calmer, giving Joe Biden and President Donald equal opportunities to voice out their opinions over the six topics presented by moderator Kristen Welker.
Without surprises, the coronavirus pandemic opened up the debate with Welker questioning the President how, since the last debate, scores of Americans succumbed to the virus, to which he replied that a vaccine is scheduled for the upcoming weeks and that Americans should learn to live with the Chinese plague like he and his family did.
Biden was pessimistic to claim that Americans are actually learning to “die with the virus,” and that the man who could not do something to save all the dead “should not be president.”
The discussion then swift to national security and the recent allegations against Biden and his son, with the presidential hopeful swearing not to have “received a penny from abroad,” and that the entire controversy was created by Russian intelligence and Trump’s pal, Rudy Giuliani, in a bid to harm the vice president’s figure.
The pair addressed racial unrest and how black and ethnic parents have now to teach their children how to pull over without being shot by police. Trump fired back accusing Biden of being the real “racist” in the room.
Climate change was the next issue by Welker leading Trump and Biden to clash over oil industries and wind energy. They then moved into tax matters and economy plans, particularly, job creation.
At the end of the debate, Trump wrapped up his intervention by telling voters who wouldn’t choose him that “success is going to bring us together, we are on the road to success,” and that he would restore the economy to be as it was prior to the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Biden spent his closing minutes to inform his detractors that he represents all Americans, will make sure every American is represented, and given “an even chance.”