View: The next big moment in ‘Terrible Trump vs Basement Biden’ is on Sept 29

View: The next big moment in ‘Terrible Trump vs Basement Biden’ is on Sept 29

Source: economictimes.indiatimes.com

Synopsis

The Democrats got the message and can see the chink in their armour. Biden is suddenly more vocal in condemning the violence that has engulfed several cities since the killing of George Floyd this summer.

You needed to take cover after the Republican Party Convention and President Donald Trump’s stark, dark message that the US will become ‘one boring socialist country that’ll go to hell’ plagued by rioting if Joe Biden were to occupy the White House. In fact, the very idea of America would be ‘cancelled’. Just look around — Portland, Kenosha, New York and even Washington DC where diners are being accosted by lefty protesters if they don’t raise
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Seema Sirohi

ET Bureau

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Politics is always a brutal sport. But Trump’s version is especially so. Can the Democrats dislodge him as he hops around the country on Air Force One, using it as the backdrop for outdoor rallies and whipping up fear?

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