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Biden beats Trump 10 in virtual Super Bowl

Football play offs are here! And just like in football, politics has winners and losers.

We turn to the experts to see how President Biden and Trump would fare in a virtual Super Bowl. One point is given to their performance in each category. The experts returned a unanimous decision. Biden 10 - Trump 0.

Check this infographic for details. Click on an image for expert analysis.

Winners and Losers. Biden scores touchdown. Trump loses.

Biden scores touchdown after touchdown. Winner.

“In the three years since President Biden and Vice President Harris were sworn into office, they have delivered historic progress for the American people — they’re working to lower costs for hardworking families, a record number of jobs are putting Americans back to work, and we’re seeing a manufacturing boom while our roads and bridges are being repaired across the country. The Biden-Harris administration continues to deliver where Donald Trump failed — and as they campaign for four more years to finish the job, Trump is campaigning to take America backward.

President Biden is running on an agenda to improve the lives of the American people, grow the economy from the bottom up and the middle out, strengthen democracy, and restore and expand our freedoms, while Trump is running on an agenda to benefit one person: himself. As President Biden and Vice President Harris round out their first term, voters will vote to build on their historic progress this November — not take us back.” - Democrats

Super Bowl winners and losers. Biden vs. Trump.

Trump fumbles the ball again. Loser.

“Why on earth would we hitch our wagons again to a crybaby sore loser who lost the popular vote twice, lost the House, lost the Senate, and lost the White House, and so on?” said Barbara Comstock, a longtime political consultant and former Republican congresswoman from Virginia. “For Republicans, whether they embrace the Big Lie or not, Trump is vulnerable to having the stench of disaster on him.”

Trump was the first president since Herbert Hoover to preside over his party’s loss of the House, Senate, and White House in a single term. Said nervy Republican challenger could even (just for fun) remind the former president that he once called the person he lost to “the worst presidential candidate in the history of presidential politics.”- The Atlantic

Intelligent Mockery

“There’s a way of going after Trump that I would call intelligent mockery,” continued Cohen, who pleaded guilty in 2018 to federal charges for lying to Congress on behalf of his former client and paying hush money to Trump’s porn-actor paramour, Stormy Daniels. “If you can make your criticism personal to him, he will become flustered. And when he gets flustered, his level of stupidity rises and then morphs into complete idiocy.” - The Atlantic

TakeAway: Go with a proven winner. Vote for President Biden!

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