New York (Reuters) – Allied Democratic presidential candidate presumptive Legitimes Joe Biden is being said of sharper attacks on attempts to stimulate President Donald Trump as thinly veiled “cronyism,” according to a memo sent to the Democratic people and supporters on Friday.
Photo FILE: United States presidential candidate and former vice President Joe Biden spoke of the reaction to the Covid-19 that caused the epidemic at an event in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, Mar. 12, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
The memo, which is seen by Reuters, gives Biden the new language campaign to use in their attacks on Trump and shows an increasingly aggressive campaign honing before the Nov. 3 election.
The strategic documentary said Trump stimulated the post-epidemic containing “the largest company bailout in American history,” a kind of “cronyism”, that is “systematically cheating in favor of large, wealthy, and financial areas – and against working people and middle-school families who are subject to business losses
A campaign spokesman Biden refused to comment on the memo, written by two campaign’s leading policy advisors, Stef Feldman and Jake Sullivan.
A spokesperson for the Trump campaign, Tim Murtaugh, characterized the argument as “pathetic.”
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