Presidential Debate. President Donald Trump versus Vice President Joe Biden. Two candidates were making direct arguments to identify who will make a better president for America. Open discussions about the riots and the CoronaVirus outbreak. Starting September 29, and ending at 9 pm central. 

  “Under this president, we become weaker, sicker, poorer, more divided, and more violent,” says Joe Biden.

A discussion about the riots and protesting for Black Lives Matter, Joe Biden says America is only getting worse and much more horrific because of the impact it’s had around the world. More CoronaVirus outbreaks and people breaking in stores are causing the people to be divided and out of place. Although this may be true, the people’s choice of handling protests is what caused the violence. 

  Because the two candidates have different opinions about the riots and pandemic, each must meet a specific standard and discuss their goals for this country. The president and Vice president discuss how they each view their opinions about making a well-built economy. 

  “If we would’ve listened to you, the country would have been left wide open; millions of people would have died..” says Donald Trump to Joe Biden.

According to Donald Trump, who believes several people would have died in the hands of Joe Biden, the president makes decisions for the people based on what he knows is right, but Joe Biden thinks otherwise. The pandemic has affected not only the people but the president himself. Donald Trump claims we are doing phenomenal, but Joe Biden says, “He still hasn’t even acknowledged that he knew this was happening, he knew how dangerous it was going to be back in February, and he didn’t even tell you.”

   Before deciding the best candidate, viewing their clear statements is much more vital. Because It counts towards the people and themselves as a leader, it’s about the decisions they make and the way it changes the audience’s perspectives.

My name is Melidy Aide Matamoros. I was born and raised in Mission Tx. I am 17 years old and I am in 11th grade. I attend Jimmy Carter Early College High school, and my career choice is Psychology.