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Pence and Harris Debates Focuses on COVID-19
Pence and Harris Debates Focuses on COVID-19

Pence and Harris Debates Focuses on COVID-19

The current Republican Vice President Pence and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Harris, on the evening of the 7th at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, held the only TV debate on the vice-presidential candidate in the 2020 election. The new coronavirus epidemic became the focus of the topic.

Given that US President Trump, his wife Melania, and many government officials have recently been diagnosed with the new coronavirus, in order to prevent the spread of the virus, Pence and Harris were seated 12 feet (about 3.66 meters) apart according to the rules of the debate organizer. Place a Plexiglas baffle in front of each.

In the debate, Harris criticized the Trump administration’s response to the epidemic as “the biggest failure of all previous US administrations”, and there is still no response plan. The Trump administration deliberately covered up the truth of the epidemic from the American people.

Pence defended the Trump administration’s anti-epidemic measures in terms of the results of the epidemic prevention and control and the progress of vaccine development, saying that the Democratic presidential candidate Biden had all wrong steps in response to the H1N1 influenza epidemic when he was the vice president in 2009. Urge Harris not to discourage the American people’s confidence in the successful development of a new coronavirus vaccine.

Harris’ attacks on Pence also included the issue of Trump’s tax records, the Trump administration’s tax cuts that “benefit the rich and big companies” and the US fiscal deficit soared, and the Trump administration’s unilateral foreign policy made the United States. Become more insecure, etc. Pence criticized Biden’s campaign team’s economic propositions for tax increases.

After the debate, Trump posted on social media that Pence had won. Biden thinks Harris’ performance is proud.

The 2020 US general election will be held on November 3. The second debate of the US presidential candidates is scheduled to be held in Miami, Florida on the 15th of this month. Trump has indicated that he looks forward to participating in the debate. Although Biden expressed his willingness to participate in the second debate on the premise of observing the epidemic prevention measures, he believes that if Trump has not recovered by then, the second debate should not be held.

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