Presumptive Democratic nominee for president, former Vice President Joe Biden, virtually addressed supporters on the COVID-19 crisis on Wednesday.
I'm about to deliver remarks on the impact of the Coronavirus on Young Americans. Tune in to watch live: https://t.co/hOoL3U77Ni— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 25, 2020
The former vice president has thus far used the global health pandemic to attack President Trump, who he is set to face on the ballot in November:
The stakes in this election couldn’t be higher. Donald Trump is wholly unfit to lead this nation — and that has become even clearer in the last few weeks. We have to vote him out of the White House.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 24, 2020
Biden continues to ignore the decisive, bold action taken by President Trump during such a crisis. Despite the former vice president's rhetoric, the American people overwhelmingly approve of the Trump Administration's action to fight COVID-19:
The American people approve of @realDonaldTrump's efforts to contain the coronavirus:— America Rising (@AmericaRising) March 24, 2020
?? 60% approve of president's response to COVID-19
?? Approval rating up 5% from prior poll, highest of his presidency
?? Job approval higher among independents, Demshttps://t.co/CVmpeFmgbj
This virtual presser did more to expose former Vice President Biden's real agenda, rather than assure supporters in a time of crisis:
Joe Biden: coronavirus crisis provides an “opportunity” to push the Green New Deal pic.twitter.com/SP2878qXsC— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 25, 2020
.@JoeBiden just touted free in-state public college tuition and free community college.— Nikki Schwab (@NikkiSchwab) March 25, 2020
Advocating for the Green New Deal in a relief bill, siding with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), dismantles the narrative that former Vice President Biden is a moderate. Biden also fails to differentiate himself from Democrats on Capitol Hill, who are using this global health pandemic as an excuse to baselessly criticize President Trump and push their radical agenda in an economic relief package.