2020 Presidential Race: A Featured Controversy from Issues & Controversies

2020 Presidential Race: A Featured Controversy from Issues & Controversies

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2020 PRESIDENTIAL RACE: Should Voters Reelect President Donald Trump (R)?

Donald Trump has successfully bolstered the U.S. economy, fought for American workers through trade deals, projected strength on the international stage, protected the nation’s borders, and safeguarded religious freedom. Attacks against his character and capabilities have been hysterical and unfounded. Joseph Biden would be an ineffectual leader who would leave the country vulnerable to rising crime and disastrous socialist policies engineered by the extreme left.

Joseph Biden is a capable, experienced political leader with a long record of public service and pragmatic bipartisanship. His presidency would restore democratic norms, expunge the incompetence and corruption of the Trump administration, unite the country, fight climate change, and enact economic policies that truly help American workers instead of merely benefiting the wealthy. The United States cannot take four more years of the disastrous Trump presidency.

Let your students review the facts and decide for themselves: Should voters reelect President Donald Trump (R)? Be sure to check out Issues & Controversies’ complete and unbiased coverage of this divisive issue. Enhance the debate with the discussion questions, “By the Numbers” data, audio and video content, infographics, editorials, and newsfeed that are linked to the article.

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