- Presidential candidate Joe Biden says that he will not be attacking Donald Trump's children in his campaign because it is "crass"
- Although Trump is constantly going after Biden's son Hunter in the media, he will not be hitting back in the same way
- Biden maintains that the person he is running against his Donald Trump and his children are not his opponents
Former Vice President of the USA and Democratic candidate Joe Biden has said that attacking Donald Trump's children would be in bad taste. He said that his opponent was Trump, not his children so attacking them would be "crass".
Biden has made an effort not to slander Trump's children throughout his campaign, despite Trump's constant negative comments about Joe's son, Hunter Biden. Joe has constantly ignored Trump's provoking of him and has chosen to not take the same route to win.
In an interview on the podcast Pod Save America, Joe Biden commented on the matter:
"Look, I'm running against Donald Trump, not his children," he said.
The former vice president said that it was a special decision that he took to not mention Trump's children in his campaign.
"It's a specific decision, and I just think it's crass," Biden said.
Biden also added that it is not how he was raised so he will not be going up against Trump's children, despite Trump's constant criticism of his son Hunter Biden. On the Thursday night debate, Donald Trump claimed that Joe was a part of Hunter's business dealings.
However, there is no evidence that this is the case. Biden has chosen to not play dirty in his bid to become the next president of the United States of America.
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