Check out the facts: The Trump campaign snatches Biden’s video, citing the pope

The department did it again on Tuesday.

In Tuesday’s speech in Georgia, id Biden, a Catholic Catholic, quoted by an encyclopedia published by Pope Francis in early October. In the text, the pope criticized “aggressive nationalism” and anti-immigrant populism, calling for “better politics” with an emphasis on love and urging politicians to ask themselves some of the questions they have suggested. Guide rather than serve the interest. Own selfish motives
The Trump Campaign Department has created a seven-second clip showing Biden simply saying: “Why am I doing this? Why? What is my real purpose?” That Tweeted The short clip, which includes only cut-out quotes for its 960,000 followers, also creates the impression that Biden is questioning his own candidacy.

First facts: The Trump campaign tweet was very misleading. Biden quoted Pope Francis directly when he asked these questions – and then the former vice president immediately answered the questions.

Here is what Biden said: “In a recent encyclopedia, Pope Francis warns us against this false populism that appeals to the ‘best and most selfish’ attitude. He goes on to say: ‘There is something better than politics, stamping, marketing and media. This is nothing but division, conflict and chaos, “he said.” Those who are trying to take the lead, we should ask ourselves, “Why am I doing this? Why? What is my real purpose?” Pope Francis asked questions that anyone who tries to lead this great nation should be able to answer, and my answer is this: I run to unite this nation and heal this nation. Too bad. Necessary. “

The deception of the Trump campaign may be particularly notable as it was a deception about the quote on the subject of making politics more noble. And it was also notable because it was a fraud involving the pope. Trump has accused Biden of being against God and religion.