All Joe Biden had to do in this final presidential campaign debate was stay on message to win the night. He did. Donald Trump didn’t have a message. All he had were lies and more lies.
In the final presidential debate, Americans were given two choices: A progressive candidate and former vice president with specific plans for the future and a former forever TV “reality show” who repeated his disproven lies and false claims.
While Biden made strong points on why he could be a better president, Trump remained on the defensive most of the night, quieter than he was in the first debate but still unfocused on how he would deal with the many problems that derailed his accidental presidency.
Most of the night was Trump repeating previous lies that have been disproven and claiming the virus was “going away” as more and more Americans are infected and dying.
Trump, the former president said, “failed to take the job seriously” and or even attempt to serve the people.
Will Trump have some control over his ranting and raving or will he just dig himself deeper into his political void?
In his first term, Trump paid most of his short attention span to his base, which includes racists, white supremacists, evangelicals, and homophobic extremists. Evangelicals, however, are shunning him now because of his arrogance, immorality, and lies that have become too much to stomach.
President Donald Trump is hopping from one must-win stop on the electoral map to the next in the leadup to a final presidential debate that
Trump, the women say, doesn’t understand them or the needs of their families or America. He has to go.
Recycling the same tactics and insults that worked in 2016 in a race with more issues and more awareness of the president’s failures and lies.