The New York Times newspaper published a harsh editorial on Friday against the president of the United States, Donald Trump, in which it says that the president’s re-election campaign means “The greatest threat to American democracy since World War II.”
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“Trump’s ruinous term has seriously damaged America at home and around the world. He has abused the power of his office and has denied the legitimacy of his political opponents, breaking the rules that have united the nation for generations, ”the text says.
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The opinion piece states that the president has shown disregard for the lives and liberties of americans and points out that he is “a man unworthy of the position he occupies.”
In addition, the newspaper recalls that it has condemned the “divisive rhetoric of the president and his attacks on other” Americans. The Times also says that November 3, the day of the presidential elections, may be a “turning point.” “This is a choice about the future of the country and which path its citizens want to choose.”
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On the other hand, Trump traveled this Friday to Florida, a key state, and Georgia, an old Republican stronghold. Democrat Joe Biden, for his part, He spent the day in Michigan, a northern state that the Republican narrowly won in the 2016 election.
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