Trump and Biden’s Action Reveal Major Difference Between Parties

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Yesterday showed a stark contrast between Republicans and Democrats. While Joe Biden partied with Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, and several celebrities, like Stephen Colbert, in New York City, former President Donald Trump attended the wake of an NYPD officer killed in the line of duty. 

USA Today wrote that the “high-dollar fundraiser at New York’s Radio City Musical Hall” would “raise at least $25 million − easily the most lucrative fundraiser of the election cycle. More than 5,000 supporters are expected at the sold-out event.”

The event revealed that Democrats are more obsessed with celebrities than ordinary people. 

While Biden partied, Trump talked to Brian Kilmeade about the rising concerns over crime and how Democrats have contributed to the problem.

Former President Trump slammed President Biden during an exclusive interview with “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade, arguing he missed a “very sad moment” when he went to a fundraiser in the Big Apple instead of mourning slain New York police officer Jonathan Diller. 

“They missed a very sad moment for our country, but it’s a moment that they have to be a part of, whether they like it or not,” Trump told Kilmeade. 

“They can’t skip this moment. I’ve never seen so many police. I’ve never seen so many firemen, a lot of firemen. They view it… in a very similar way, and I understand that. But they’re going to have to get involved a little bit because this country is going to hell.”

“Our country is not respected anymore,” he continued. “I say it in my rallies, in my speeches. We’re a nation in decline… Totally fixable, but we have to do it fast.”

Trump astutely noted that Democrats cannot be seen as holding sympathy for police. “I think that politically he can’t support the police,” Trump said. “I think he’s also making a mistake, but I think politically… his base won’t let him support the police and I support the police. I would say at the highest level of any president by far, maybe double or triple, and they knew that. That’s why when I walked into that funeral parlor it was… like love.”

Earlier in month, New York Governor Kathy Hochul, a Democrat, sent hundreds of National Guard troops and state troopers into the New York City subway to address rising crime. 

The Washington Post reported that “in late February, a subway conductor was hospitalized after being slashed in the neck in an apparently random late-night attack at a train station in Brooklyn. Just days before, two commuters were attacked by a man wielding a hammer in a Queens subway station. And just hours after Hochul’s announcement, another conductor was smashed in the head with a glass bottle in another unprovoked attack.”

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