Joe Biden Says Trump Has No Clue About What Makes America Great

‘Let’s go elect some Democrats’, tweeted Vice President Joe Biden in his Twitter comeback.

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Vice President Joe Biden speaks during the third day session of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. (Photo: AP)

Vice President of the United States Joe Biden tweeted his admiration for Hillary Clinton ahead of his convention address on Thursday. This was his first tweet since May 2015, in which he also encouraged voters to vote for Hillary.

Biden started his address with a video in which he proclaimed that he is more optimistic than ever about the country’s future.

Biden started to speak by paying tribute to President Barack Obama and calling Obama the “embodiment of honour, resolve and character.” He went on to say that he and his wife, Jill consider the Obamas “family”.

Biden got emotional about his son Beau Biden, who introduced him at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Beau died in 2015 after a battle with cancer.

He vouched for Hillary, saying that this election will have a major impact on the lives of young girls in the US and that it will change their lives once she becomes the President.

Everyone knows that Clinton is smart and tough. I know what she’s passionate about. I know Hillary.
Joe Biden

Trump Has No Clue About What Makes America Great

Joe Biden skewered Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for suggesting that he represents the middle class. Biden said Trump isn’t actually a friend to the middle class, but instead is a wealthy man who “doesn’t have a clue” about middle class America.

Biden also termed Donald Trump ‘too dangerous’ to trust with the presidency.

No major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less or been less prepared to deal with our national security.
Joe Biden

The Vice President told the Democratic convention that Trump offered policies that are more in line with the United States’ adversaries.

Biden said that Trump backs “torture” and “religious intolerance.”

Joe Biden wrapped up his speech to the Democratic convention by making a forceful case for American exceptionalism.

He said that the United States “does not scare easily,” and when confronted with crisis, “we endure, we overcome and we always move forward.”

Biden said the 21st century “is going to be the American century.” He said that it will happen because the US leads “not only by the example of our power but by the power of our example.”

That is the history of the journey of Americans. And God willing, Hillary Clinton will write the next chapter in that journey.
Joe Biden

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