Aiming at Trump, Biden says a president’s character matters

BILL BARROW and ALEXANDRA JAFFE Associated Press WAUKEE, Iowa (AP) — With four days until the Iowa caucuses, Joe Biden is looking beyond his Democratic rivals and taking square aim at President Donald Trump as the two men campaign within miles of each other on the same day. "In November, America will have the chance to answer the question: Does the character of a president matter?" Biden said as he delivered a sweeping address on why Trump must be defeated. "I don't believe we are the dark angry nation that Donald Trump sees in his tweets in the middle of the night," Biden later added. "America is so much better than this." Biden ticked through reasons he believes Trump is a threat "to our core values" and added a policy checklist he would use against the president in a hypothetical
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