Harris, Pence clash over Trump's Coronavirus record in US VP debate

Democratic challenger Kamala Harris said in her sole debate on Wednesday that she wasted no time at the time, after being linked’ to the Coronavirus by the Trump administration's Trump administration, as the White House struggled to contain the epidemic. The reason was President Donald Trump. And many others are affected.

 

Harris, Pence clash over Trump's Coronavirus record in US VP debate

"The American people have seen the greatest failure of any presidential administration in our country's history," Harris said as the debate began at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

 

In response, Pence defended the US administration's efforts to tackle the disease, including Trump's decision to ban travel to the China Center for Infectious Diseases in late January.

 

"I want the American people to know that from day one, President Donald Trump has put America's health first," he said.

 

Both candidates were separated’ from plagioclases by 12-foot (3.6-meter) shields, a reminder of an epidemic that claimed 210,000 American lives and destroyed the economy.

 

Wednesday's debate, with several candidates engaged in various policy topics, culminated in last week's tumultuous presidential debate, in which Trump repeatedly barred Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and the two men in private. The exchange of insults, which was massive. Pan

 

Harris attacked several fronts, attacking the Trump administration's attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act and supporting Trump to pay $ 750 a year in federal income tax as president.

 

"When I first heard about it, I literally said, 'You mean $ 750,000?'" Harris said, citing a New York Times investigation. "And it was like, 'No - 50,750.'"

 

Pence tried to counter his attacks by focusing on the economy and tax policy, saying: "The first day Joe Biden will raise your taxes."

 

The vice president also stressed that Biden would ban the Green New Deal from breaking and embracing it, an environmental proposal supported by the Liberal Democrats. However, Biden has declined both positions.

 

But like the presidential campaign, the discussion by USA Today journalist Susan Page returned to the epidemic and the pervasive economic downturn.

 

Ready to make the office credible

 

Both presidential candidates will be either Trump or 77-year-old Biden, the oldest president in US history, and will add weight to the debate, and both Pence and Harris are trying to show that they are running for office. Are on. Trump's recent review of CoVID-19 highlights this issue.

 

Both candidates also joked about positions in their respective parties. Regardless of the outcome of the November race, both are widely seen as future presidential candidates.

 

Biden is leading Trump in the national referendum and has a 12% lead in the latest poll of potential voters. The poll showed some states running closer to the battlefield that could determine the winner, although Reuters / Ipsos revealed Biden's visit to Florida's prominent leader during Wednesday's election. ۔

 

Harris, at the height of his political career, is a U.S. senator from California, whom Biden chose as his running mate in August. The daughter of an immigrant. Her father is from Jamaica and her mother is from India - Harris is the first black woman of Asian descent to be nominated’ for vice president by a major party.

 

Pence, a former conservative radio host who debated with then-Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Cain in 2016, is a former U.S. congressman and governor of Indiana who satirized Trump during his tumultuous presidency. Was targeted’. Defended steadfastly.

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