The main talking points included energy economics, Coronavirus pandemic, climate change, healthcare and policies concerning minorities. The foreign policy issue was faded out by the commission of the presidential debate (CPD) as opposed to what was customary in the last presidential debate of previous presidential races. During the debate Biden was interrupted 8 times and Trump 41 times.
During the debate Joe Biden stated he didn’t get any foreign money, ballantly hiding a possibility of a scheme that money can be funneled through family, friends, loans, donations, contractors or business allies from overseas as many politicians do.
When Joe Biden brought up the “children in cages” issue, Trump instantly backfired at Joe, pointing out that it was Obama and Biden administration who originally build these horrific detention centers. When Trump asked Biden who built the cages, Joe Biden desperately tried to shift the conversation. During the occasion Trump repeated his argument from 2016 about Hillary and the establishment and mentioned he is running because of Barack Obama and Bdien’s poor job and the establishment corruption they represent.
Biden policy of phasing out the oil industry was steered by Biden himself when admitting he would suffocate the industry by killing subsidies to the industry, and was put it in the context of Pennsylvania being mostly hurt by policies imposed on working class families from his native state.
Welker wanted to know why Americans should trust Biden with immigration reform now if he were to become president.
When asked about immigration Biden’s first reaction was to hide the fact that the DACA issue was a political weapon used after the 2016 and throwing his Obama under the bus by stating that:
“Because we made a mistake made. It took too long to get it right. Took too long to get it right. I’ll be President of the United States, not Vice President of the United States,” he replied. “Within a 100 days, I’m going to send to the United States Congress a pathway to citizenship for over 11 million undocumented people. And all of those so-called dreamers, those DACA kids, they’re going to be immediately certified again to be able to stay in this country and put on a path to citizenship. … We owe them. We owe them.”