He President of the United States, Joe Biden gave a speech this Saturday, saying that white supremacism is the “greatest terroristic threat” to his country. Howard University In washington,
,White supremacy is the most dangerous terrorist threat facing our country.” The president said less than a month after announcing his intention to run for re-election.
“And I’m not just saying that because I’m at a historically black university. I say that wherever I go,” he said.
In a Howard University commencement speech, he warned that there are “sinister forces” seeking to reverse progress along racial lines, without directly mentioning former Republican President Donald Trump, his likely opponent in the upcoming election race.
“There are those who promote and force conflicts between people, and there are those who will do anything, no matter how desperate or immoral, to stay in power. It’s never going to be an easy fight. The darkest and most sinister forces believe they can determine the future of the United States of America, but they are wrong,” said the current president.
Biden referred to the 2020 killing of African-American George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in his speech, which sparked massive protests across the country.
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in return he warned Hate “Never Goes Completely” Also recalling that after the two terms of the first black president, Barack Obama, “he expected that the groundswell of fear, violence and hatred would be substantially reduced”, for which he urged attendees in an election message to be Democratic. Called to protect values. Tone.
Howard University It is one of the most prestigious in the United States and traditionally has a large number of black students. The current Vice President, Kamala Harris, is a graduate of that institution.
Shortly after he announced his intention to run for re-election in 2024, according to The Washington Post estimates, 54% of the population disapprove of the 80-year-old president’s management, with 42% approving.
In turn, the president enjoys strong support within the black community with a 71% approval rating, although only 46% support him in his re-election bids, according to one poll.