Infrastructure and the Trump-Biden Presidential Debate
By Eugene Mulero
September 28, 2020
The two men who will clash on national TV on Sept. 29, as each seeks the highest office in the land, have a few similarities. For instance, they’re about the same age. They have amassed quite the collection of unforgettable gaffes. And, not so long ago, each one said certain infrastructure systems here in this country resembled those from Third World countries.
The former Vice President, Joe Biden, in what was presumed to have been a gaffe, called the airport at LaGuardia a Third World campus. He would go on to clarify his remarks, despite insisting that said airport necessitated a modern look.
Campaigning for the job at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. four years ago, then candidate Donald Trump, a prolific marketer, said he possessed the skills vital for realizing the rehabilitation of the country’s crumbling, inefficient, and Third World-esque infrastructure. He called himself a “Builder-in-Chief,” and painted political opponents’ policy proposals in shadowy chiaroscuro.
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