Donald Trump Criticizes ‘Die Hard Globalist’ Joe Biden in Ohio

US Vice President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping toast during a State Luncheon for China hosted by US Secretary of State John Kerry on September 25, 2015 at the Department of State in Washington, DC. AFP PHOTO/PAUL J. RICHARDS (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty …
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President Donald Trump on Monday warned workers in Ohio that former Vice President Joe Biden was a “globalist” who would return to selling out the country if he was elected president.

“Biden is a die-hard globalist,” Trump said at a speech to Ohio workers in Dayton on Monday. “You know globalists are out. You know that right? Globalists helped destroy this country.”

If Biden was elected back into power, Trump said, more manufacturing jobs would be lost.

“It’s not that he wants to crush America, but he will, just out of gross incompetence,” Trump continued. “Biden will surrender to the virus, just like he surrendered to China and just like he surrendered to the radical left, including his own running mate, who is running the show.”

He noted that Biden’s support for international trade deals and his support of China to join the World Trade Organization helped destroy 60,000 factories and 4.5 million manufacturing jobs in the United States.

“Joe Biden should not be asking for your support, he should be begging for your forgiveness,” Trump said.

Trump noted that Biden was always criticizing him for failing to take certain actions during his presidency.

“He always says ‘Why didn’t the president do this and why didn’t the president do that?'” Trump said. “The guy’s been there for 47 years but he just left like three and a half years ago!”

“I keep saying, ‘Uhh, why didn’t you do it?” Trump continued.


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