Joe Biden was recently asked to choose between President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis in an interview on MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber.” The question was posed in light of the recent controversy surrounding DeSantis’ handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Biden’s response was telling. He refused to choose between the two, instead saying that both Trump and DeSantis have failed to adequately address the pandemic. Biden said that both leaders have not provided the necessary resources to their states to combat the virus, and that both have failed to take action to protect the public.
Biden’s response is indicative of his overall approach to the 2020 presidential election. He has consistently refused to choose between Trump and DeSantis, instead choosing to focus on his own policies and plans to address the pandemic. Biden has proposed a plan to help states and local governments with resources to fight the virus, as well as a plan to provide relief to struggling businesses and families.
Biden’s refusal to choose between Trump and DeSantis is a reminder that the upcoming election is not about individual candidates, but about the future of the country. Biden is focused on providing a vision for the future of the United States and how he plans to address the pandemic. He is not focused on attacking Trump or DeSantis, but rather on providing a plan for the American people.
Biden’s answer to the question is a reminder that the 2020 election is about more than just two individuals. It is about the future of the United States and how its citizens will be able to address the pandemic. Biden’s refusal to choose between Trump and DeSantis is a reminder that the 2020 election is about more than just two individuals, but about the future of the United States and its citizens.