US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he feels he has “done something good for the country” by defeating President Donald Trump.
Biden considered in an interview with the “New York Times” that the glare left by the defeat of Trump did not last long due to the urgent need to address the Coronavirus pandemic.
Biden said: “I feel I’ve done something good for the country by making sure Donald Trump won’t be president for another four years. But there’s never been a moment of jubilation … There’s a lot of work to be done. I’m just focused on getting some things done faster.” What can? ”
He pointed out that “my current assessment is now 55 percent, compared to 42 percent for Trump,” noting that “there is a surprising number of Americans … many of them in rural areas felt that the Democrats had nothing to offer them.”
“I think they felt forgotten. I think we forgot them,” he said, adding that “the best way to win over the working class and the rural electorate is through the” America First “strategy with investments in rural healthcare, telemedicine and the expansion of Obama Care.
“We have to rebuild the middle class, especially in rural areas,” Biden added.
Source: “The Hill”