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Trump Spins Quotes by/About Biden

In campaign rallies in Nevada, President Donald Trump twisted remarks made by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and gave a disputed description of comments by Biden’s former chief of staff.

  • Biden said that local law enforcement using “an up-armored Humvee” in a neighborhood looks “like the military invading,” adding, “They become the enemy.” But Trump took those words out of context to claim: “Biden called law enforcement the enemy.”
  • Calling Biden “a complete disaster on the swine flu,” Trump also seized on comments from Biden’s former chief of staff that in 2009 the Obama administration “did every possible thing wrong.” The former aide said that he was talking only about delays in the production of a vaccine, not the administration’s overall response.

Trump made his claims in campaign rallies in Nevada on Sept. 12 and 13.

Law Enforcement Quote

Trump distorted Biden’s quote on law enforcement. The former vice president’s

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