Trump: 2020 election is about choice between "American dream" and "socialist hellhole"

by Laura Mize · Oct 20th, 2020 3:22 pm

Last Updated Oct 21st, 2020 at 10:17 pm

President Trump summed up the 2020 presidential election in a comparison Tuesday morning during an appearance on Fox & Friends.

" ... the bottom line: the American Dream," Trump said when asked what is the greatest difference between him and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. "The great American Dream versus being a socialist hellhole."

Trump said America would be "no different than Venezuela" if Biden becomes president.

"Venezuela 20 years ago was unbelievable." Trump continued. "And now they don't have water, they don't have food, they don't have medicine. The only difference is, we'd be much bigger. But that's what it is. It's the American Dream versus a socialist hellhole."

The president also panned Biden on healthcare, saying his plan would lead to "socialized medicine." The Biden campaign describes plans that it says will improve American healthcare by building off of the Affordable Care Act.

"[Democrats] want you to go to a hospital if you have a cold -- take away your health care. ... I mean, you can go down a list forever," Trump said. "They want to take away your guns, defund your police, or at least radically change your police. Look what they're doing in Minneapolis -- in Seattle. "


There are 17 comments on this article.

You must become a subscriber or login to view or post comments on this article.