Joe Biden Scathingly Attacks Trump — Crowd Chants ‘Run, Joe, Run’
There is still no word on whether or not former Vice President Joe Biden will challenge Trump in 2020, even as he appears to be one of the favorites to represent the Democratic party and their quest to regain the White House.
In a campaign rally in Owingsville, Kentucky on Friday, Biden took center stage and issued several scathing attacks of current President Donald Trump, according to the New York Times.
“He is just trashing American values the way he talks about people, the way he makes fun of people, the way he denigrates folks,” Biden explained. “I got to tell you, I think there is a method to his madness because he wants you to get down in the mosh pit with him.”
At one point, the crowd at the Bath County High School gymnasium broke into a chant of “Run, Joe, run.”
Biden was in the 1,500 person town of Owingsville to campaign for Democrat Amy McGrath. With that said, however, Biden’s celebrity status and glowing personality were also on hand.
“I don’t buy this thing that there is this great divide with white working-class people on progressive issues vs. economic issues,” Biden stated. “I haven’t found that.”
Biden is expected to announce whether or not he will run for president soon after the midterm elections take place, although nothing has been confirmed as to a specific time frame or date. Undoubtedly though, a Trump/Biden election certainly wouldn’t fall short on political punches.