Joe Biden Slams Donald Trump & "The Poison Of White Supremacy" | US President's Charleston Speech

President Joe Biden, seeking support from Black voters for his potential re-election bid, delivered a passionate denouncement of white supremacy during a speech at the historic Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The church was the site of a tragic shooting in 2015, where nine Black parishioners were killed by a white supremacist named Dylann Roof. Biden, standing at the pulpit, declared that the ideology of white supremacy has no place in America, emphasizing that it should be rejected today, tomorrow, and forever.

However, the President faced some disruption during his speech, as several individuals in the audience expressed their concerns about the US role in Israel’s conflict with Gaza, shouting demands for a ceasefire. Despite the interruption, Biden continued to criticize former President Donald Trump, a frontrunner for the 2024 Republican nomination. He highlighted his administration’s efforts to address issues such as inflation, Black unemployment, and housing discrimination.

Biden described the 2015 church attack as an act of hate fueled by the poison of white supremacy, emphasizing the need to eradicate this toxic belief from the nation. He labeled Trump a threat to democracy, citing the 2021 attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters attempting to overturn the election results. Biden characterized Trump’s actions during that period as one of the worst derelictions of duty in American history.

The President asserted that Trump’s refusal to concede the 2020 election and his dismissal of millions of votes, despite numerous court rulings affirming Biden’s victory, amounted to a severe breach of duty. He referred to Trump as a “loser,” earning applause from the audience. Recent polls suggested a competitive race between Trump and Biden in swing states, with Trump leading in some key areas.

Expressing gratitude to Black voters in the South for their crucial role in his presidential win, Biden promised to return to South Carolina before the Democratic presidential primary on February 3. Following his public address, the President held a private meeting with families and survivors of the 2015 church shooting, commending the congregation for their forgiveness in the face of tragedy.

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