Joe Biden rips Donald Trump and calls him a ‘child’ who won’t stop ‘whining’ in outrageous attack – The Sun

JOE Biden slammed Donald Trump's coronavirus response and likened him to a "whining child" in an outrageous attack.

Biden issued a scathing critique of the President during his speech on the Affordable Care Act in Lancaster, Pennsylvania on Thursday.

“He’s like a child who can’t believe this has happened to him,” Biden raged. “All his whining and self-pity."

"Well this pandemic didn’t happen to him. It happened to all of us. And his job isn’t to whine about it, his job is to do something about it, to lead.”

The Democratic nominee blasted his Republican opponent Trump four months before the 2020 election.

There are now fears of a second wave rapidly rising as many states experience a surge in new infections and hospitalizations.

On Wednesday, experts warned the outbreak is "snowballing" here, as daily cases hit a new record and almost 1,000 victims are dying per day.

During his address today, Biden repeatedly lambasted Trump's comments at his Oklahoma rally about slowing down COVID-19 testing.

"He admitted telling people, and I quote, ‘We have to slow the testing down. Slow it down please,'" Biden raged. "He actually said it.

“At first is spokespeople tried to say he was joking, but then Trump himself said he wasn’t joking. He called testing ‘a double-edged sword.

"He thinks that finding out more Americans are sick will make him look bad. That’s what he’s worried about. He’s worried about looking bad.

“Well, Donald Trump needs to stop caring about how he looks, and start caring about what’s happening to the rest of America.”

After the Tulsa rally, Trump clarified that his remark may have been “semi-tongue-in-cheek" but insisted it was a “double-edged sword."

He reiterated his complaints to CBN that ramped up testing measures in America mean "our cases are through the roof."

"I tell my people, it’s a double-edged sword because we do so much testing, and again, we have kids with sniffles and all of a sudden we report a case," Trump told the station. "And they’re in no danger whatsoever."

Meanwhile, over in crucial battleground state Wisconsin, the President had a few choice words for his "crazy" Democratic opponents on Thursday.

Trump made the remarks at Fincantieri Marinette Marine, a Marinette shipyard in the crucial battleground state Wisconsin on Thursday.

"You don't know what I have to go through with these people," he said of the rival party, recalling how a friend had asked him about the most difficult nation to deal with.

"Is it China? Is it possibly Russia? Or is it North Korea? I said 'no, the toughest nation to deal with are the Democrats in the USA,'" he told the roaring crowd.

"They're far more unreasonable and actually they're a little crazy," he added, echoing his moniker for the House Speaker, "Crazy Nancy Pelosi."

Later, Trump told FOX News' Sean Hannity during a tour of the ship manufacturer his opponent's numerous gaffes were a concern.

Biden incorrectly said 120 million people had died from COVID when actually, over 122,000 patients have died.

Trump said this was "a serious error" and "not a permissible type of error" for someone who intended to lead the country. 

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