In Emerson Polling, Most Voters Say Donald Trump Is A Wimp

Grant Boone
September 27, 2020

In the race to win the US elections, the US President Donald Trump has often mocked his Democratic opponent Joe Biden for staying indoors, wearing the mask and more.

Asked by MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle about voters believing Trump's frequent accusations that Biden will push a socialist agenda as president, the former vice-president said he wasn't sure if there was anyone voting for Trump who hadn't already made up their mind. "You say the lie long enough - keep repeating it, repeating it, repeating it - it becomes common knowledge". Instead of engaging in a debate on policy, Joe Biden has descended to name-calling and Holocaust references. It's offensive and it demeans the memory of the Holocaust, the suffering of the victims, and the lessons we must learn from that terribly dark chapter of history.

While these comparisons and mockery can be described as naive and childish antics, Joe Biden has taken this game to another level by comparing Trump to the Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.

Trump heads into the debate trailing former Vice-President Biden.

"It is going to be hard", the former vice president acknowledged in an interview broadcast Saturday on MSNBC.

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He later doubled down on the comments telling supporters on Friday that "We are not going to lose this, except if they cheat".

"There will probably be a cottage business when Trump is out of workplace of people that say, 'Oh, I fought from the within, I fought the great battle, I saved so many unsafe issues from occurring.'" he mentioned.

The debate Tuesday in Cleveland, Ohio will be the first time the 77-year-old veteran politician has faced the president he has promised to unseat. This will be the first of three debates before the U.S. elections that are scheduled for November 03. However, what much of the public sees - as reflected by the polling above - is a man who, despite holding the most powerful office in America, can't stop casting himself as a victim, and whining about "presidential harassment" when faced when a outcome of his own actions.

"He doesn't know how to debate the facts".

Based on findings from the Senate's long-anticipated report chronicling the Biden family's conflicts of interest released Wednesday, House Republicans are also requesting to know whether the Federal Bureau of Investigation plans to investigate Hunter Biden's series of potentially criminal transactions with foreign actors, including the alleged receipt of $3.5 million from the wife of a former Moscow mayor. "I urge lawmakers and members of the media to refrain from personal or partisan attacks".

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