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Biden bashes Trump's leadership on pandemic in Wisconsin; Trump to visit Ohio

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By Trevor Hunnicutt

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Biden made a mistake thinking Trump has demonstrated any leadership on anything.

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"He just wasn't up to it. He froze. He failed to act. He panicked," Biden told

That's one perspective, one that's pretty hard to deny.

Another is after Trump learned it was American citizens at the lower end of the economic spectrum, especially Blacks, Hispanics and Native people getting hit the hardest,

and after he realized the stock market and his fellow 'elite' with huge investments in the market weren't going to get hurt too badly and might even profit more,

he decided he didn't care about the problems the general population had to deal with -because of his ineptitude - and went back to one of his golf courses.

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"He just wasn't up to it. He froze. He failed to act. He panicked,"

What a bunch of malarkey.

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We're now on Day #6 - and not one Trump supporter will explain or defend the below....I guess because it's inexplainable and indefensible....

In summary, Trump acknowledges in Feb and Mar the virus is "a killer", "deadly", it "rips you apart", it's "highly contagious - airborne", "it's the plague"....yet he held 19 rallies since then with no distancing and masks...

He also acknowledged in Mar that the virus isn't just affecting old people, it's "young people too - plenty of young people". But then in May he says to open schools because; "it has very little impact on young people"....

Trump supporters?

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First, I wouldn't worry about the campaign donations too much. Hillary outspent Trump by almost 2 to 1, and stlil lost.

Sen. Joe shouldn't talk too much about "freezing up". He does enough of it himself. It is becoming apparent that he cannot conduct a spontaneous interview with a serious journalist. Even chatting with friendly people, he needs the support of teleprompters and staff and preknowledge of the questions he will be asked. It's as if "Weekend at Bernie's" has become political reality. He couldn't even recite the Pledge of Allegiance the other day.

As for the whole non-scandal surrounding the Woodward interview, I suggest that you do more than read selected excerpts and headlines on Facebook before making any judgements.

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Every time President Trump is in the American midwest he is greeted with very enthusiastic rallies of people showing their appreciation for his efforts to save America.

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Another is after Trump learned it was American citizens at the lower end of the economic spectrum, especially Blacks, Hispanics and Native people getting hit the hardest, 

Why would the Democrat leaders in those States “Not” do anything to help these people

and after he realized the stock market and his fellow 'elite' with huge investments in the market weren't going to get hurt too badly and might even profit more, 

he decided he didn't care about the problems the general population had to deal with -because of his ineptitude - and went back to one of his golf courses.

So why didn’t the Democrat leaders not help out the job creators? Why do they want to punish them? Do they think poor people can provide jobs and help the middle class? Trump wanted to reopen the country and they just ignored him and what’s wrong with trying to make money and providing for your family?

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