Joe Biden campaigned Monday in Ohio, attempting to expand the battleground map in a state thought to be out of reach for Democrats after President Donald Trump's victory there four years ago. (Oct. 12)
JOE BIDEN: Across Ohio and the country, folks are worried about making their next mortgage payment or the rent payment, whether or not they can purchase their prescription drugs or be able to put food on the table-- literally-- worried about whether their kids' schools open and be able stay open and if they're not open, how they can go to work, if they have a job, and still take care of their kids. They see the people at the very top doing better than they ever have while they're left to wonder, who's looking out for me? That's Donald Trump's presidency.
He betrayed union workers at Goodyear when he called for a boycott of buying tire-- Goodyear tires because of a personal grudge. The Trump presidency would be the first presidency since Herbert Hoover, over 90 years ago-- first president modern history to leave office with fewer jobs than he had when he came to office. Donald Trump's only plan is more tax cuts for the wealthy.
In the middle of this pandemic, why do Republicans have time to hold a hearing on the Supreme Court, providing-- instead of providing the significant economic need for localities? I'll tell you why. It's about finally getting his wish to wipe out the Affordable Health Care Act.
Check it out-- first president I can ever remember, in the middle of a national economic crisis, did not try to call the parties together. He turned his back on you. I promise you, I will never do that.