Biden Town Hall Shines

Biden Shines In Town Hall By Turning The Page On Trump And Promising Brighter Days Ahead

Last updated on July 18th, 2023 at 12:32 pm

President Joe Biden shined in his first presidential town hall on Tuesday night by turning the page on Donald Trump and telling the American people that hope is on the way.

Biden said that while his administration inherited a vaccine mess from Trump, his team has now secured enough doses to vaccinate every American by the end of July.

In a personal moment during the town hall, the president even offered to help a mother get a vaccine for her son who suffers from a lung disease.

If you’re willing, I’ll stay around after this is over and maybe we can talk a few minutes and see if I can get you some help,” Biden told the woman.

When asked when life will return to normal in the U.S., Biden was careful not to overpromise, but he said he is optimistic that things will be much brighter a year from now.

The one condition, Biden said, is that the American people must continue to be vigilant by wearing a mask and social distancing from one another.

“Those things matter,” the president said. “That can save a lot of lives while we’re getting to this point.”

At one point, Biden even referred to Trump as the “former guy,” a clear indication that he has very little interest in discussing his disgraced predecessor.

Biden’s performance was a clear – and welcome – departure from the Trump days

At the very least, Joe Biden’s performance on Tuesday night was a breath of fresh air just for the fact that he didn’t use the forum to throw tantrums and attack his opponents.

But the president also painted an honest picture of where America currently stands with respect to the pandemic and the economic crisis, while laying out his plans to move beyond these challenges.

Joe Biden’s town hall was likely a pleasant change of pace for the American people after having to endure Donald Trump for four long years.

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