Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden claimed Monday that the country’s natural disasters will worsen if President Donald Trump is re-elected.
“Biden made his comments during a nearly 25-minute outdoor speech at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, where he took a page from Trump’s playbook by emphasizing the perils posed to America’s suburbs,” Fox News reported. “The president for months has pointed to the violence and unrest flaring up amid some of the nationwide protests over police brutality and racial inequality – a law-and-order pitch by Trump meant to woo White suburban voters who backed him in 2016 but fled the GOP for the Democratic Party in the 2018 midterms.”
“It’s clear that we’re not safe in Donald Trump’s America,” Biden claimed. “This is Donald Trump’s America. He’s in charge.”
Biden said that the wildfires in California were “another crisis” that Trump “won’t take responsibility for,” which comes after a report from NASA last year said that fires have