How Trump, Biden compare on coronavirus, gun rights and other issues

How Trump, Biden compare on coronavirus, gun rights and other issues

President Donald Trump, left, and former Vice President Joe Biden are seen during the first presidential debate Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, disagree on many of the issues facing the country. In this feature, the Review-Journal compared the two major-party candidates on a number of issues, from health care to gun rights to foreign policy. President Donald Trump Coronavirus and health care — Signed $2 trillion CARES Act — Created a Coronavirus Task Force to unify government response — Signed economic relief and medical response packages — Believes governors and mayors make decisions on measures to prevent spread — Free tests — Advocates in person classes at public schools — Developed Operation Warp Speed for fast approval, manufacture and distribution of a vaccine — Opposes a national mask mandate — Promised a health care plan that still has not been released Abortion — In 1999, said he was “very pro-choice,” but by 2016, he proclaimed he was “pro-life” and pledged to nominate only “pro-life judges” to the U.S. Supreme Court — In January, became the first president to address the March for Life in person — Withheld federal funds from family planning organizations that provide or refer women to abortion clinics — Reinstated the “global gag rule” that withholds foreign aid to organizations that offer abortion services Guns — Endorsed by NRA — Signed Fix […]

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