Joe Biden has slammed President Donald Trump as he accused him of “complaining” and “whining” instead of working to solve the problems.
As the President-Elect insisted in his Atlanta speech during which he voiced support for Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, Trump “doesn’t want to do the work.”
“The president spends more time whining and complaining than doing something about the problem. I don’t know why he still wants the job, he doesn’t want to do the work,” Biden said on Monday, one day ahead of Tuesday’s Senate run-off races.
The President-Elect also slammed the current administration for its slow coronavirus vaccine roll-out by branding the existing situation as awful.
“It’s a shame what’s happening now. I’ve said it before, getting America vaccinated will be one of the most difficult operational challenges this nation has ever faced. But we’ve known it for the last months,” he said.
“This administration has gotten off to a God awful start.”
As of this writing, some 4.5 million Americans received the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine according to the CDC data. Meanwhile, some 15.4 million doses of the vaccine have been distributed.
During his Atlanta rally, the President-Elect also endorsed Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock as he insisted that Americans will get the $2,000 stimulus checks if the two are sworn in as senators.
“If you send Jon and the reverend to Washington those $2,000 checks will go out the door restoring hope and decency and honor for so many people who are struggling right now,” Biden claimed.
“And if you sent Senators Perdue and Loeffler back to Washington those checks will never get there.”
He added: “By electing Jon and the reverend you can break the gridlock that has gripped Washington and this nation. With their votes in the Senate we’ll be able to make the progress we need to make on jobs, on healthcare, on justice, on so many things.”
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