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Joe Biden Condemns Trump’s Response to Protest

The former Vice President’s statement came a day after President Donald Trump threatened to deploy the U.S. military to quell nationwide protests that have turned violent. He condemned Trump’s actions, as well as police brutality. When peaceful protesters are dispersed by the order of the president from the doorstep of the people’s house, the White House — using tear gas and flash grenades —, Joe Biden, via NPR News. in order to stage a photo op at a noble church, we can be forgiven for believing that the president is more interested in power than in principle, Joe Biden, via NPR News. More interested in serving the passions of his base than the needs of the people in his care. For that’s what the presidency is: the duty to care — to care for all of us, Joe Biden, via NPR News. Biden was referring to a photo-op Trump conducted immediately following his White House Rose Garden statement in front of St. John’s Church. Pre-curfew, police used tear gas and flash grenades to forcibly clear hundreds of lawful protesters from the area in order to accommodate Trump. The president held up the Bible at St. John’s Church yesterday. I just wish he opened it once in a while instead of brandishing it, Joe Biden, via NPR News. If he opened it, he could have learned something: that we are all called to love one another as we love ourselves. It’s really hard work, but it’s the work of America. Donald Trump isn’t interested in doing that work, Joe Biden, via NPR News. He thinks division helps him. His narcissism has become more important than the nation’s well-being that he leads, Joe Biden, via NPR News. The presidency is a big job. Nobody will get everything right. And I won’t either. But I promise you this. I won’t traffic in fear and division. I won’t fan the flames of hate, Joe Biden, via NPR News

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