Beijing News (reporter Xie Lian) on the evening of August 20 local time, the US National Congress entered the last night. That evening, former Vice President Joe Biden officially accepted the nomination of presidential candidate in 2020 and delivered a speech. According to CNN, Biden launched a direct attack on current president Donald Trump at the beginning of his acceptance speech, “the current president has kept the American people in the dark for too long Too much anger, fear, division. Now I give my promise: if you trust me to be president, I will bring out our best, not our worst. I will be an ally of the light, not of the dark. It’s time for us to unite “and” let’s get together in this dark season of America. “. Novel coronavirus pneumonia is now in a “storm”,
Biden said, facing four crises: the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the continuing economic crisis, the voice of racial equality and the threat of climate change. “The United States is at the most difficult moment in its history,” he said.
for the novel coronavirus pneumonia, Biden pointed out that Trump did not protect the Americans, and did not “do his most basic duty”. If trump wins re-election, “you know what’s going to happen – confirmed cases and deaths will stay high, more businesses will shut down permanently, working families will struggle to survive, and the richest 1% of the population will increase tens of billions of dollars in assets through tax cuts.”. And if he wins the election, he promises to implement a nationwide mask order, deploy accelerated virus testing, produce more personal protective equipment, and ensure that schools have enough resources to reopen. < / P > < p > he pointed to trump again, saying that if trump wins re-election, “he will only be the same as he has been in the past four years”, “is this the United States you want your children to see”? He accused trump of “unable to take responsibility” and “fanning the flames of hatred and division”. On economic issues, Biden said his economic plan would focus on “employment, dignity, respect and community.”. On the issue of race, Biden said the United States is ready to address systemic racial discrimination. Finally, Biden called on the American people to unite and fight for the “American soul” in the November election.