In what many saw as a potential preview of next year’s presidential election, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden traded scathing remarks about one another during their visits to the Hawkeye State, a key electoral battleground. Biden claimed the president represented “an existential threat” to the United States, while Trump labeled him a “loser” who lacks concrete positions on policy and the mental fitness to run for office.
What’s Biden’s strategy? Largely ignoring the nearly two dozen other Democratic contenders, he’s casting himself as the most electable candidate against Trump.
Read this OZY op-ed aimed at Trump-era reporters.