After events this week, you can't be undecided
If there were any question as to who should be president next year, the last few days have cleared that up. Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden sat with protesters to listen to their concerns. He went to a church to pray. He also has been calling healthcare workers, thanking them for their work in this terrible pandemic.
On the other hand, President Donald Trump called for the military "dominance" of American citizens. He also used police to clear a path through protesters to a church, where he waved a Bible for the cameras.
Is anyone still undecided?
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