2020 Presidential Election Cited as “Binary Choice”

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"President Trump Visits St. John’s Episco" (Public Domain) by The White House

The 2020 presidential election continues to intensify as lines are drawn in the sand.

President Trump and 2020 Democrat Joe Biden have repeatedly traded blows with one another, although this is far from over.

 

The former vice president and his campaign regularly make the case that Trump’s policies, words, and decisions are worsening the nation; meanwhile, the president’s re-election campaign has a different outlook, pointing out the various issues with Biden, his policies, and his candidacy.

In fact, the 2020 presidential election is presently being branded as a “binary choice” when it comes down to Trump vs. Biden, according to Breitbart News.

The Truth About 2020

Candidly, President Trump and Joe Biden are extremely different candidates. While Trump supports law and order, decreasing taxes, and upholding freedoms, Biden is all in favor of defunding the police, surging taxes, and upholding government power at the expense of Americans’ freedoms.

Biden has furthermore declared that he’d force a national face mask mandate on Americans if elected as president; meanwhile, Trump vowed not to do that, stating that he believes in people having “a certain freedom.”

Over the weekend, Trump 2020 campaign senior adviser David Bossie spoke about the contrasts between the two presidential contenders during an interview with Breitbart News Saturday.

Bossie warned that a President Biden would usher in radically left policies; the senior adviser also noted that the former vice president’s eight years in the White House marked a period of tax hikes and a lackluster economy.

Ultimately, Bossie explained that 2020 will define “our children and our grandchildren’s futures.” With Trump comes safety, prosperity, law and order, whereas Biden in the White House would only take the nation backward, explained Bossie.

What Should the American People Expect Next?

At this point in the 2020 presidential election, Americans are eagerly awaiting for the former vice president to announce his running mate. Although the names on his list of considerations have dwindled, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Bottoms, California Sen. Kamala Harris, and others remain as viable contenders.

Aside from Biden selecting a running mate, he and Trump are also set to engage in three general election debates. These upcoming debates have placed new scrutiny on Biden, with many Americans questioning the fitness of his cognitive faculties.

What do you think about the 2020 presidential election? Are Americans facing a “binary choice” between Trump and Biden? Don’t hesitate to share your thoughts and viewpoints with us down below in the comments section.