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Pence: DNC 'painted a very grim picture' of America
Pence: Biden, Democratic Party have been overtaken by the ‘radical left’
Vice President Mike Pence provides insight into the Democratic National Convention, President Trump’s coronavirus efforts, facing Kamala Harris at the Republican National Convention, the administration’s response to Steve Bannon’s arrest and reopening schools.
On the heels of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and former Vice President Joe Biden’s official nomination, Vice President Mike Pence told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo the four-day event “painted a very grim picture” of the country.
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Pence joined Bartiromo for a wide-ranging Friday morning interview on “Mornings with Maria,” where he described the DNC as mostly “an ad hominem attack” on President Trump, and described Biden’s plan for the American people as a likely return to former President Barack Obama’s presidency, which consisted of policies that “were rejected by the American people in 2016.”
“The only thing standing in the way of a full and robust American recovery in 2021 is a Joe Biden presidency.”
“Last night, in Joe Biden’s address, we heard a lot of platitudes, but if you read between the lines, you heard about Joe Biden’s plan to raise taxes, increase regulation and take us back to all the same policies of the last administration that resulted in the slowest economic recovery since the Great Depression,” he said.
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He described Biden’s and the Democratic Party’s agenda as being one “of higher taxes, socialized medicine, open borders, abortion-on-demand, and continued calls to cut, defund, disassemble law enforcement that’s driving violence in the streets of our major cities.”