President Joe Biden recently addressed a church congregation during three campaign events in South Carolina, emphasizing the critical importance of the upcoming election. Speaking at Brookland Baptist Church in Columbia, Biden criticized former President Donald Trump on various democracy-related issues.
During his speech, Biden provided an updated perspective on the recurring theme of world leaders expressing concern about Trump’s impact. According to Biden, these leaders now approach him with an urgent plea to defeat Trump in the upcoming election, emphasizing, “You’ve got to win! We can’t let that happen again!”
Biden stressed that the significance of the election extends beyond any specific community, emphasizing its relevance for the entire nation. Drawing on his extensive experience in foreign policy, Biden shared his interactions with heads of state who consistently implore him to secure victory, expressing fears of a recurrence of the challenges they faced during Trump’s tenure.
Highlighting the broader principles at stake, Biden underscored the campaign’s significance in shaping the identity of the nation. He acknowledged the nation’s commitment to honesty and decency, even though there may be shortcomings in practicing these values consistently. Ultimately, Biden conveyed that the campaign is a collective endeavor reflecting the core values that define the United States.