Joe Biden: ‘All Pain and Suffering Stems from President Trump’s Failure to Lead’

By CNSNews.com Staff | September 4, 2020 | 5:15pm EDT
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(CNSNews.com) - Former Vice President Joe Biden said in a video statement delivered from Wilmington, Del., on Friday that “all pain and suffering stems from President Trump’s failure to lead.”

“All pain and suffering stems from President Trump’s failure to lead,” Biden said. “His sheer inability and unwillingness to bring people together. He likes to sign executive orders, actions for photo ops. But they’re ill-conceived and can do more harm than good.”

“He should be doing his job of calling congressional leaders together immediately to get a deal and deliver real results for the American people,” said Biden.

“This is the first president in the middle of a crisis I’ve never seen has called Congress into the Oval Office,” Biden said. “If I were president, that’s what I’d do and I would get it done like previous presidents.”

Here is a transcript from the part of Biden’s statement where he said that “all pain and suffering stems from President Trump’s failure to lead:”

Joe Biden: “Which gets me to my third and final point and what the American people really need to understand: All pain and suffering stems from President Trump’s failure to lead. His sheer inability and unwillingness to bring people together. He likes to sign executive orders, actions for photo ops. But they’re ill-conceived and can do more harm than good.

“He says protecting renters from eviction, that’s what he’s doing. But he’s not giving them any support to pay the rent when it comes due.

“Millions of Americans all will be left with a terrible choice between eviction and living in the streets and paying back rent they simply don’t have, when there was an answer offered and rejected. He says he’s continued to provide enhanced unemployment insurance payments, but he cut the amount of everyone on it, leaves them on the edge when it runs out in a few weeks or sooner.

“He should be doing his job of calling congressional leaders together immediately to get a deal and deliver real results for the American people.

"This is the first president in the middle of a crisis I’ve never seen has called Congress into the Oval Office. If I were president, that’s what I’d do and I would get it done like previous presidents.”

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