Former vice president Joe Biden unleashed another set of attacks on President Donald Trump on Saturday by comparing him to German Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. The Democratic presidential nominee's comments come after bearing a lot of attacks against him by Trump during the ongoing campaign trail. On multiple occasions and even in his tweets, Trump termed Biden as 'Sleepy Joe.' In his interview with MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle, he was asked how he would tackle Trump's repeated claims that Bide was driving a socialist agenda. In his response, the Democratic presidential nominee gave it right back without mincing any words. Biden said - "Trump is sort of like Goebbels. You tell a lie long enough and keep repeating it and repeating it, it becomes common knowledge among voters," reminding the style of Joseph Goebbels, the mastermind of Nazi Germany's propaganda machine.
Biden further accused Trump of using socialism as an option to distract the voters from his poor handling of the coronavirus pandemic. "I think there is a lot of difference in me, and President Trump and people see the difference very clearly. Trump is clearing protests in front of the White House with the military's help even though they are peaceful protests. This guy is more of Castro than Churchill," Biden said. The comparison from Biden irked Trump's campaign team. Ken Farnaso, the deputy national press secretary of the campaign team, said - "Instead of launching absurd accusations against the president, Biden should answer why he invited notorious anti-Semites Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory to speak at the Democratic National Convention. With his socialist policies and disastrous record, Biden is trying desperately to distract Americans."
Even though they addressed two meetings during the convention, both Mallory and Sarsour resigned as board members of the Women's March amid accusations. Since then, Biden and his campaign distanced themselves from the women. In the same interview, Biden also responded to Trump's comments that he would refuse to leave the White House peacefully if he were defeated in November. "It's always about distraction for the president. I hope Americans would turn out in large numbers to vote and make the president understand where this is going." Both Trump and Biden are scheduled to face each other for the first time in this campaign at the first presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday.
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