As promised to the American people, former Vice President Joe Biden began informing them about the coronavirus, the state of the economy and the controversial decisions of President Donald Trump.
A democrat is in isolation, just like millions of people hoping to stop or at least slow down the spread of the virus.
Biden was forced to give instructions in an improvised studio in his Delaware house.
On Monday, former Vice President Barack Obama repeatedly hit trumps because he mistreated the coronavirus reaction and caused chaos in the daily briefings, where he often defended himself against reports, doctors and other health experts.
Biden said in his video message: Trump keeps saying he’s president in wartime. Well, start acting like him. We should get started. Start today with what we should have started a few weeks ago.
Biden kept talking: Donald Trump was not responsible for the coronavirus, but he is responsible for our response.
added the veteran politician: We have to do what we did in the forties and twenties until 2020. And we can do it. We need to build a medical arsenal here. Is the White House actively planning what it takes to bring the American people back to something like normal life? I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know.
The president says no one saw this coming, says Joe Biden. Well, it’s just vague… Based solely on the public information at my disposal, I warned that the threat would be over by the age of 27. January has become more and more difficult. https://t.co/Z3azdNU1nk pic.twitter.com/UXgmGwNMr4
– ABC News (@ABC) 23. March 2020.
Biden called on the federal government to halt its efforts to make Obamacare unconstitutional, citing the effects of the coronavirus.
Biden also sent a letter to Trump and the attorney general in which he ended a controversial lawsuit against Obamacare in the middle of the epidemic.
He wrote: During a national emergency that exposes existing weaknesses in our public health infrastructure, it is unacceptable that you continue to take legal action to deprive millions of Americans of health insurance coverage and the protection afforded by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including prohibiting insurers from denying insurance or increasing premiums because of pre-existing circumstances.
He went on to say: No American should be worried while you’re in court trying to get their medical care. You allow anger and party politics to threaten the lives of your voters in violation of the jury’s duty. I therefore call on you all not to support the proceedings for annulment of the decision of the Court of First Instance. The lawsuit you support – Texas against the United States – threatens each of these protections and threatens the peace of mind and access to treatment for hundreds of millions of Americans.
Biden is trying to draw attention to the parliamentary elections.