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Donald Trump and J.B. Biden gave quite different perspectives on combating the coronavirus epidemic during the final presidential debate in Nashville on Thursday night – perhaps the last chance for the president to change the dynamics of a civilization that favors his anti-democracy for less than two weeks before the election. Is. Day.
The Nashville evening began relatively peacefully, with rivals making their final arguments before the nation amid a major epidemic that has killed more than 220,000 Americans and infected millions, including the president. Because of the epidemic, more than 40 million Americans have already voted, leaving Trump an increasingly narrow window to reset broken records and debate:
The US presidential debate ended a few minutes ago.
The final question of the night, both candidates were asking, was what message they would give to Americans who did not vote for them on opening day.
Trump stressed the need to rebuild the U.S. economy, which has suffered greatly as a result of the coronavirus epidemic.
“We have to make our country a complete success, because that was before the plague came from China,” Trump said.
Biden once again assured the nation that he would be president of both Democrats and Republicans.
“I am the American president. “You will all represent me, even if you voted for me or against me, and I am sure you represent,” Biden said.
Reiterating what he has said many times on the campaign trail, Biden told Americans, “I give you hope. We are going to move. We are going to choose science over literature; We are going to choose hope over danger. We will choose to move forward because we have progressive opportunities, tremendous opportunities to make things better. “
With that, the final presidential debate closed. Americans have yet to vote – and again, there are already more than 48 million Americans.