Trump, Joe Biden address public gatherings in Democratic strong hold Minnesota
US President Donald Trump and Democrat Presidential candidate Joe Biden addressed public gatherings in Democratic strong hold, Minnesota.
They both spew venom against each other addressing the rallies in the US state that has voted for Democrat for last 50 years. Joe Biden lashed out at Trump saying that he was dividing the citizens of the United States. He said by not adopting coronavirus standard operating procedures he was putting lives of Americans at stake.
“The president of United States is accusing the medical profession of making up covid desk so they make more money. Doctors and nurses go to work every day to save lives. They do their jobs. Donald Trump should stop attacking them and do his job. Donald Trump thinks it is all hoax. He sure is a stable genius. He says wind power causes cancer. I say create jobs.
“We choose unity over division. Science over fiction, and yes we choose truth over lies. So it is time to stand up (and) take back our democracy. WE can do this. We are so much better than this. We can be who we are at our best. The United States of America,” said the Democrat presidential candidate.
President Trump seemed unhappy with the governor of Minnesota, a Democrat. He accused the governor of playing games with him by making an attempt to reduce the crowd to 250, under the garb of protection from coronavirus.
“He’s a weak governor. He’s done a terrible job. He doesn’t know what the hell he is doing. You’ve got thousands of people that are injured by this,” Trump told reporters.