President Trump protested against the family of “criminal entrepreneurship” of Democratic candidate Joe Biden at a rally in Nevada on Sunday, when loud chants began in the crowd to “lock him up.”
“Did you see what was happening to Biden? He’s a corrupt politician,” Trump said Sunday night in Carson City, Nevada.
When one supporter shouted “shut her up,” apparently referring to Hillary Clinton, Trump stopped and corrected, “No, shut him up.”
“Joe Biden is and always has been a corrupt politician,”; Trump said. “He’s always been that way. And as for me, the Biden family is a criminal enterprise. That’s right.”
In his Sunday speech, Trump repeatedly shot his Democratic opponent, during which he repeatedly praised the New York Post for an explosive report detailing the allegedly corrupt business dealings of Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden.
At one point, Trump mocked Biden for urging him to “listen to scientists” in his dealings with the coronavirus pandemic, telling the crowd that “If I listened to scientists, we would now have a country that was in massive depression.”
“Now,” Trump added, “we are like a rocket ship. Look at [economic] numbers “.
Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates responded to the president’s remarks late Sunday, telling Fox News in a statement that “Donald Trump has undermined the powerful economy he inherited from the Obama-Biden administration by constantly lowering and attacking warnings from working scientific and medical experts.” around the clock to save lives. “
“Now,” Bates said, “new coronavirus cases are rising and layoffs are rising. If Donald Trump had listened to Joe Biden when he urged him not to trust the Chinese government’s own scientific advisers on the crisis, it wouldn’t have been the president’s worst job since 1929.” .
Trump returned to the campaign last Saturday after recovering from a coronavirus that required a three-day hospital stay at Walter Reed Medical Center.
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Just 16 days before the election, the president plans to hold most of this week’s campaign, scheduled rallies in Prescott and Tucson, Arizona, on Monday, and rallies later this week in Erie, Pennsylvania, and Gastonie, North Carolina.