the final debate between Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden before the US presidential election, many topics were discussed. One subject in particular, which crystallizes tensions across the Atlantic, was particularly anticipated during this face-to-face meeting: that of the racial question in the United States. “Data-reactid =” 23 “> Covid-19, corruption, foreign interference … During the final debate between Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden before the US presidential election, many topics were discussed. One subject in particular, which crystallizes tensions across the Atlantic, was particularly eagerly awaited during this face-to-face meeting: that of the racial question in the United States.

It was also the former vice-president of Barack Obama who was most committed to the issue, asserting that there was indeed “institutional racism” in the United States and that “we should be live up to our principles “.

Police checks pointed out

A few minutes earlier, the moderator of the debate, NBC reporter Kristen Welker, had introduced the subject by interviewing the two candidates on “the talk”.

New York Times of “a conversation” that African-American parents should have with their children in order to teach them how to behave properly during a police stop. According to the American media, this practice would have spread in recent months and the increase in police violence, which among other things caused George Floyd’s death May 25th. “data-reactid =” 27 “> Unknown term in France, it is according to the New York Times of “a conversation” that African-American parents should have with their children in order to teach them how to behave properly during a police stop. According to the American media, this practice would have spread in recent months and the increase in police violence, which among other things caused George Floyd’s death on May 25th.

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“‘Yes sir’, ‘no sir'”

On this subject, Joe Biden believes that there is a real imbalance in the United States. “I never had to tell my daughter, if she is stopped in a car, to keep her hands on the wheel or not to rummage in her glove box or risk being shot.”

“For black parents, no matter if they are poor or rich, they have to warn their children. When you walk down the street, don’t put on a hoodie, if you are arrested, just answer ‘yes sir’ , ‘no sir’, and keep your hands on the wheel. “

Trump, racism and Abraham Lincoln

On this term of “talk”, Donald Trump said “understood” the gravity of the situation, before quickly engaging with a law of 1994, promoted by Joe Biden, which increased the imprisonment of African-Americans in several states.

In general, Donald Trump has remained more evasive on the subject of racial tensions. In his own words, he is “the least racist person in the world” and claims to be one of the presidents who have worked the most for the well-being of African Americans “with the exception of Abraham Lincoln”.

“I implemented criminal justice reforms, reforms in prisons, I took care of black people in universities and schools … I am the least racist person,” he said. still argued.

With this assertion, Joe Biden took over the current tenant of the White House of fly.

“Abraham Lincoln was the least racist. He is the most racist, he heightened tensions, he spoke about Mexican rapists, he slandered Muslims, Iranians, he slandered everyone.”

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