In the US election campaign, Mike Pence taunts Joe Biden – he’s putting America in danger. Meanwhile, Vice President Trump is being praised at the highest note. Former ambassador Grenell also supports the Republican.
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US Vice President Mike Pence portrayed opposition presidential candidate Joe Biden in his November election address as a threat to public safety. “The hard truth is, you will not be safe in Joe Biden’s America,” the Republican said Wednesday night (local time) in his speech at the party conference. Biden is a “Trojan horse of the radical left” that wants to cut back police funds. Trump, on the other hand, stands for “law and order”.
Trump and his campaigners continue to argue that Biden and his vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris are planning drastic cuts to the police force. However, the Democratic candidate has never expressed any plans to do so. Biden always emphasizes that he does not want to save up with the police.
Trump is a “proven leader”
The Nov. 3 election is not so much about whether the US will become more conservative or liberal, Pence said in his speech at Baltimore’s historic Fort McHenry. “The question in these elections is whether America will remain America.” While Trump put the nation on the path of “freedom and opportunity”, the US would be on the “path of socialism and decline” under Biden.
Trump is the best candidate to rebuild the U.S. economy, which has been badly affected by the corona pandemic, said Pence, accepting the nomination for a new candidate for president with the speech. As a “proven leader”, the president has already created the “largest economy in the world”.
Mike Pence is an ultra-conservative politician and evangelical Christian. As in 2016, the former Indiana state governor must secure Trump’s support for the religious right, a very important and well-organized group of voters.
The pennies, always very sober, speak to traditionally conservative voters as Trump’s guarantor of conservative values. He has been head of the White House’s Corona crisis team since the spring.
Trump gives nomination speech in the White House
Fort McHenry was carefully chosen as the address. The fort was bombed by British forces in 1814 during the Anglo-American War. The defense of Fort McHenry inspired the poet Francis Scott Key to write a poem that later became the lyrics of the US national anthem “The Star-Spangled Banner.” The fort is now a National Monument and represents American patriotism.
After his deputy spoke, Trump himself appeared before supporters at the fort. The president will then deliver his nomination speech in the White House on Thursday evening – a violation of tradition, as election campaigns in the president’s residence are usually taboo. The nomination speeches have traditionally been the culmination of any US presidential election campaign.
Grenell praises Trump’s policies
Meanwhile, former US Ambassador to Germany, Richard Grenell, praised US President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy at the Republican Party conference. “America First is simply the belief that politicians should focus on the equality and dignity of every American,” said Grenell. “And that duty is done by promoting the security and prosperity of the American people above all else. That’s America First. That’s the Trump Doctrine.”
Grenell said, “As a US Ambassador to Germany, I was in the front row of Donald Trump’s America First Foreign Policy. I wish every American could see President Trump negotiating on their behalf.” He witnessed Trump “bewitching” Chancellor Angela Merkel while at the same time insisting that Germany honor its NATO defense spending commitments.
In fact, the relationship between Merkel and Trump has always been marked by major disagreements. Both heads of government have opposing views on important political issues, and conflicts are clearly emerging. Trump recently announced the relocation of thousands of US soldiers, of course as a punitive measure against Germany.
Trump is behind Biden in polls
“Donald Trump has not started new wars in four years,” said former US intelligence coordinator Grenell. Trump acknowledged that America’s endless wars were a “catastrophe.” He brought soldiers home, rebuilt the army, and signed peace agreements that made Americans safer. “The elites in Washington want you to see this kind of foreign policy as immoral. That’s why they call it nationalistic,” Grenell said. These elites think they insult Trump. “As if the American president shouldn’t base foreign policy on America’s national interests.”
Donald Trump backs ex-Democratic Party vice president Biden in polls for Nov. 3. The president is focusing on things like the economy and internal security to bridge the gap.