May 20, 2022

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Joe Biden in “60 Minutes”: Trump ‘How He Plays’

Joe Biden in "60 Minutes": Trump 'How He Plays'

“It’s not over until I’m one of those guys, or a competitor, bell ringing. “On Sunday, when asked if Trump could defeat him, he said,” We feel good about where we are. But I do not underestimate how he plays. “

Biden said Trump was “trying to hand over the election”, and I think those efforts were “designed to make people wonder if voting is worth it. Just a threat.”

Trump has long doubted the legitimacy of mail-in ballots, and has repeatedly made false claims about how they are cast and counted.

“The high turnout in the states with early voting really made me happy,” Biden said.

Biden comments come Elections showed he was ahead nationally And in almost every swing position. As a sign of Biden’s confidence, his campaign added a trip to Georgia on Tuesday for Biden and a Friday trip to Texas for his teammate Sen. Kamala Harris. Biden does not need the state to cross the 270-vote limit, but pushing his campaign late will help Democrats in the House, Senate and state legislative races go down-ballot.

“I believe there will be a lot of people who will vote for me,” Biden said. “But I think the difference between Donald Trump and me is as clear as we can get according to our value set and how we see the world.”

In an interview, Biden defended several policy proposals that Trump and Republicans attacked in an attempt to portray him as too liberal.

Annually, more than 400,000 earners and corporations want to see their income tax increase, Biden said. But those earning less than $ 400,000 “will not pay more than a penny as per my proposal,” he said.

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“It’s a guarantee, a promise,” he said. “I give you my word as Biden. That is the absolute guarantee.”

He said he would not hesitate to raise taxes on the rich even if the economy is damaged Corona virus pandemic.

“It depends on who you are raising them with,” he said. “Look, if you raise them on top of those who make $ 1 billion a year, they pay 39.6%. It’s not a problem, everyone has to pay, raise another $ 90 billion.”

CBS interviewer Nora O’Donnell was asked about the GOP’s attempts to portray him as a tool for more progressive sections of his party, the two primary presidential rivals who defeated Biden, Vermont sen Bernie Saunders and Massachusetts sen Elizabeth Aurezbaz Warren, as well as New Zealand.

“He likes to run against them, doesn’t he?” Said Biden. “Mr. President, you are running against Joe Biden. Joe Biden has a deep, steep and successful record for a long time.”