Sixth Democratic Debate for 2020 Presidential elections took place on December 19th at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California. PBS NewsHour and Politico jointly hosted the sixth Democratic debate. Trump’s impeachment was one of the widely discussed topics during the discussion, which had been approved by the House of Representatives a day before the debate. The other topic which gained traffic was regarding blue-collar jobs.
Politico moderator Tim Alberta asked Joe Biden about the interests of transitioning into a greener economy in the USA. He asked - “Due to a boom in oil and natural gas production, three consecutive US presidents have enjoyed great stints of economic growth. As a President, would you be willing to sacrifice some of that growth, even when you know it could potentially displace thousands of blue-collar workers, just for the smoother transitioning into the greener economy?”
Former Vice President, Joe Biden answered a definite “Yes.” Biden further claimed that he would accomplish the process of transformation of blue-collar workers into higher-paying jobs if elected as the President. Many political enthusiasts expressed their displeasure against Biden for his pledge. While we all know how important a job is to sustain in this busy world, Biden’s commitment is also significant to note in the long run. With the climate crisis rising each passing day, it is very crucial to safeguard our planet so that the next generations can see the face of this world. Joe Biden has already released a clean climate policy that aims to increase the life span of humans. Joe Biden’s pledge may irk some people immediately, but it is for the greater good of the Americans.
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