Thursday the Republican and Democrat Presidential candidates highlighted the vast differences between the two different platforms that Americans need to choose from in the 2020 Presidential election.
President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Pence announced their actions in a successful and historic peace agreement that will dominate relationships in the middle east for the better, after decades of war.
While Democrat candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris demanded that Americans change their behavior and wear face coverings full time.
“Past several presidents promised big on middle east peace but they tried the same failed all or nothing negotiations. President DonaldTrump’s approach is paying off. Today’s agreement between the UAE & Israel is significant progress Considering the history of the area it’s almost a miracle,” said longtime Republican Senator Chuck Grassley from Iowa.
— Reuters (@Reuters) August 13, 2020
— حسن سجواني 🇦🇪 Hassan Sajwani (@HSajwanization) August 13, 2020
Chatter on social media turned immediately to the idea that Trump should be considered for a Nobel Peace Prize for his actions to bring civil rest between the two countries.
National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien on the Middle East peace deal between Israel and the UAE:
"It wouldn't surprise me if the president is nominated for a Nobel Prize… Today's work is an example of why he would be rightly considered and should be a frontrunner." pic.twitter.com/RMMSPLQkO0
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 13, 2020
Meanwhile, the Democrat Presidential team of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had their second joint appearance in two days to call for a national face mask decree, saying that all people must wear face masks indoors and outdoors for the next three months.
Biden urges governors to mandate masks at event with Harris on virus: “let’s institute a mask mandate nationwide.”
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 13, 2020
Biden called for a “Nationwide mask mandate starting immediately”, saying, “It’s not about your rights, it’s about your responsibilities.”
Kamala Harris started her remarks, saying “Thanks, Joe. That’s what real leadership looks like. We just witnessed real leadership, which is Joe Biden said that, as a nation, we should all be wearing a mask for the next three months because it will save lives.”
Harris gloated and smirked and laughed and said that Biden was repeated “real leadership” with his demands and when he was “telling people what they need to know”
“Joe Biden is about leadership, I am honored to be with you Joe,” Harris said, as she walked off the stage to Biden’s arms, and refused to take questions from the media.
A reporter yelled out a question.
“We will talk about it later, ” Biden said to the reporter as he whisked Harris behind a black curtain.
Harris referred to President Trump as the “occupant of the White House,” signaling that the team’s tactic is to get Trump to take a jab at Harris.
#BREAKING: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris call for nationwide mask mandate.
Joe Biden: "Let's institute a mask mandate nationwide."
Sen. Kamala Harris: "That's what real leadership looks like." pic.twitter.com/pCu6ByCGjZ
— The Hill (@thehill) August 13, 2020