Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president, made the comments on Friday in an interview with the Huffington Post. He didn’t mention President Trump by name, but he said that his wing of the Republican party is a threat to this democracy and we’ve got to do something about it… And I don’t mean militarily; I mean by God, we better get engaged and do something about it. Or else we will lose the soul of our democracy.
Biden Attacks Trump
Former Vice President Joe Biden slammed President Donald Trump and the Republican party during an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo Thursday night. Look at what he said about Muslims, Biden said. That violates everything we stand for as Americans. The Republican party is seen as more extreme than it was in years past, according to Biden.
This isn’t your father’s Republican party — not even close. He then turned his attention to how China would react to Republicans taking office in 2020. China’s going great guns – they’ve figured out how our system works – they want that guy
Vice President Joe Biden
Vice President Joe Biden attacked Donald Trump for his recent comments about Mexican immigrants, and said that Trump’s views are “dangerous.” In an interview with MSNBC on Thursday, Biden said that Trump’s comments are “the textbook definition of a racist comment.” Trump has said that all Mexican immigrants are criminals and rapists, and called for a wall to be built along the U.S.-Mexico border. Biden said that Trump’s comments are “dangerous” because they could lead to hate crimes against Mexican immigrants. Biden also said that Trump’s views are not representative of the American people.
Trump Has ‘Shaken the Foundations of Our Democratic Institution’
Former Vice President Joe Biden called out Donald Trump for what he said were his attacks on the foundations of democracy in America. Speaking at the Ohio Democrats’ annual dinner Tuesday night, Biden attacked Donald Trump and his wing of the Republican party that are so eager to dismantle any sense of democratic norm they could find.
Calling this administration a menace to our country, Biden said it has shaken the foundations of our democratic institution. It is now up to us – all of us – we have no choice but to fight back!
Vulnerable Republicans Are Running Away From Donald Trump
Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared for an hour-long CNN Town Hall on Monday night and used it as an opportunity to talk about the dangers of democracy in America. It’s this kind of political character that represents the wing of the Republican party that would be a threat—not only to the country but also to our world. He referenced Richard Nixon’s words from 1962 when he said: But I don’t want what happened there happening here in any shape or form.
President Trump and Vice President Biden have had an ongoing series of heated exchanges that has only escalated this week. In response to comments made by Joe Biden in Iowa the President took another jab at him, saying I’ve been dealing with China for decades. I know when they want me to go left. I know when they want me to go right.
Recently in Iowa at a rally for Democrat candidate Pete D’Alessandro Joe Biden said: this is not who we are. Continuing he criticized the Trump Administration for not standing up enough for women’s rights and railed against what he called the socialist creed coming from many Democrats with no mention of the party line he’s running on himself.
Tom Garrett Jr.
It’s no secret that Donald Trump has made some strange moves as President. Hillary Clinton’s running mate in the 2016 election, Joe Biden has just gone on record about the damage that Trump is doing to democracy in America. Now Vice President of the United States under Barack Obama, he said of his former boss’ successor: I believe history will look back and say, ‘That was when it all started going wrong.
Former South Carolina Governor and current representative for the 1st district of the state of Tennessee, Mark Sanford has been more than just vocal about his feelings about Donald Trump. Last night in an interview with Fox News, he unloaded on the president and his leadership style.
I think that there’s what some people have described as this form of populism that can really quickly consume a presidency and lead it down into a rabbit hole, he said. I don’t want to see democracy be so watered down that we lose our free institutions.
Sanford said while Trump may be enjoying popularity among members of his party right now he’s been watching closely and agrees that Republicanism is going through an immense upheaval.
Dana Rohrabacher is a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from California’s 48th congressional district, serving since 1993. Rohrabacher is a fiscal conservative and strong supporter of the rights of gun owners.
He has been a member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, and the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Rohrabacher is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus and the Republican Main Street Partnership.
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is a Republican congresswoman from the state of Florida. She has served in the House of Representatives since 1989 and is currently the chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Ros-Lehtinen is also a strong advocate for strong U.S. national security and has been a vocal critic of the Obama administration’s foreign policy. She has also been an outspoken advocate for immigration reform and has been a leading voice in the effort to secure a legislative solution to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
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