Sustained Attack On Donald Trump From Four Sides: Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Tim Kaine, Barack Obama!

The third night of the Democratic National Convention saw a sustained attack on Donald Trump by the major figures of the Democratic Party, but also of other reputable individuals.

Vice President Joe Biden was his usual rhetorical self, and Independent former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg made clear that not all billionaires are like Donald Trump, who he had to deal with on a regular basis for 12 years.

Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine showed that in many ways he is another Joe Biden, a caring, genuine, nice man who will make us comfortable that he is to be one heartbeat away from the Presidency.

And Barack Obama, as usual, showed his great charisma and speaking style, and made the case against Donald Trump and for Hillary Clinton, and their embrace at the end of the speech was very touching.

Additionally, former CIA head Leon Panetta and Former NSA head Michael Hayden, in speeches at the convention, warned of the recklessness and lack of knowledge of Donald Trump, and over 60 Republican national security personnel and many military figures denounced him in recent days and weeks.

Tonight is Hillary Clinton’s night, her chance to make the case for her election, and the burden on her is great, as there has been much doubt and discord and cynicism about Hillary Clinton, due to the Email Controversy and other issues on her past voting record, and the work of the Clinton Foundation.

Hillary is far from perfect, but she is, as Barack Obama said, the most qualified person ever to be nominated for President, and the future of her Presidency is bright, that it would be a progressive one, more like Barack Obama, than her husband, Bill Clinton!

18 comments on “Sustained Attack On Donald Trump From Four Sides: Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, Tim Kaine, Barack Obama!

  1. Princess Leia July 29, 2016 12:44 pm

    Josh Barro, a senior editor at Business Insider had a great tweet about the convention: The DNC is co-opting Republican tropes while maintaining Democratic ones because there is now only one political party for grown-ups.

  2. Southern Liberal July 29, 2016 12:44 pm

    I’m wondering where I can get a number of copies of the Constitution that Mr. Khan presented. I can then leave them at the doorstep of anyone who dares put up a Trump sign in my neighborhood.

  3. Former Republican July 29, 2016 12:45 pm

    Really, really looking forward to the debates. Should crystallize the difference between Hillary and the Cheeto very clearly.

  4. Pragmatic Progressive July 29, 2016 12:50 pm

    Bloomberg summed this election up perfectly with one sentence: “Together, let’s elect a sane, competent person.”

    If Trump becomes President, policy issues will be the least of our problems. The primary issue in this election is Trump’s disqualifying lack of sanity and competence.

  5. Ronald July 29, 2016 12:51 pm

    Southern Liberal, I like your idea ! LOL

    And Pragmatic Progressive, Bloomberg is right!

  6. Princess Leia July 29, 2016 5:20 pm

    He’s on right now making loony rantings. Claimed he had billions of people watching his speech. Actual ratings showed that he got 34 million and she got 33 million.

  7. Pragmatic Progressive July 29, 2016 5:25 pm

    When you take all 4 nights combined, the Democrats had more overall viewers.

  8. Southern Liberal July 29, 2016 6:06 pm

    I bet 20 bucks that Trump skips the debates.

  9. Former Republican July 29, 2016 6:23 pm

    Trump’s latest thing at his rallies is trashing fire marshals because they won’t let more people into the room where he’s speaking.

  10. Pragmatic Progressive July 29, 2016 6:28 pm

    All he’s doing with his latest meltdown is validating ALL the points just made about him during the DNC.

  11. Rational Lefty July 29, 2016 9:01 pm

    I guarantee you that liberals/progressives are more likely to watch PBS/C-Span than Republicans. If you factor in those channels, she probably beats him in ratings for her speech.

  12. Princess Leia July 30, 2016 12:12 pm

    Giving him fake briefings sounds like a good idea.

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