Vice President Joe Biden criticized Republican frontrunner Donald Trump on Tuesday. “We need all students to feel safe at all times and that includes when you’re out at a bar and possibly intoxicated and you might not have the ability to say yes to consent”. “I’m telling you. The American people agree with us”, he said.
“Promise to intervene instead of being a bystander”, Biden said.
If Vice President Joe Biden were trying to design a trip to test out themes for a presidential campaign, he could hardly do better than his stops this week: California, Michigan and Ohio, big states with lots of Democratic voters and important constituencies.
The California swing brought Biden to the same corner of the state as the pack of Republican presidential candidates, who were descending on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library for their second televised debate on Wednesday night.
He then spoke during a closing session of the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit at the J.W. Marriott at L.A. Live in downtown Los Angeles.
In the past few weeks, speculation has picked up that Biden may take advantage of the questions surrounding Hillary Clinton’s email use and challenge the Democratic front-runner for their party’s nomination.
A Detroit police officer escorting Vice President Joe Biden’s motorcade in Detroit was injured in an automobile accident.
But he assured his audience that Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric will not last.
In the article, aides to the Vice President have revealed that Biden will soon make an announcement, and he has changed his focus from deciding to run to deciding when he will announce.
By contrast, Biden – who could conceivably still find himself contending for the White House against a Republican opponent next year – championed what he said was a more progressive approach to climate change that would generate “middle-class jobs” by nurturing the alternative-energy industry. Also, and in my opinion, our country can’t take another 15 or so months of the divisive politics of President Obama, a politician with a definite “credibility gap”, i.e., the Iranian agreement, Trans-Pacific Partnership and Obamacare. When asked whether he believed Biden would run, he framed his comments around the word “authenticity”-something he said that seemed to be lacking in Clinton’s campaign”.
He predicted Trump’s message would ultimately fail to resonate with most of the country.
With the prominent group pronouncing that “If he announces he’s running, we’re all in”.
Regardless of all the polls and rumors, it still isn’t clear if Mr. Biden will enter the 2016 race.
“So if you study the ’20s, for example, there was – there was an American first policy that said who cares what happens in Europe?” he continued.