Biden, who is targeting Trump, says he will not use the military as a 'prop'

Joe Biden said on Saturday that as president, he would never use the military as an "offer or private militia" and accused President Donald Trump of "personal vendetta" against US forces. "Employ to settle and violate the rights of citizens.

Biden, who is targeting Trump, says he will not use the military as a 'prop'

The Democratic presidential nominee, speaking at the General Conference of the National Guard Association of the United States, said Trump was "urging your fellow citizens to exercise their right to peaceful protest, to deploy for" domination. “Recommended.”

"We're much better than that," Biden said. You deserve so much better. "

His remarks the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Millie, told Congress that the armed forces would have no role in conducting the election process or resolving the disputed vote.

It was a sign of growing tensions on both sides as the president announced without any evidence that the expected increase in mail-ballots during the Coronavirus  pandemic would lead to "wrong and fraudulent" voting. Trump has also suggested that he may not accept the election. Consequences if he loses.

Biden has said he is "absolutely convinced" that if he loses the current election but refuses to step down, he is "absolutely convinced" that the military will take Trump out of the White House.

Addressing the conference, Biden did not repeat the claim, but promised to restore the separation between civilian and military powers, which he called "the bedrock principal of our republic."

The former vice president said, "It has been experienced recently, but I promise you, as president, I will never put you between politics and personal vendettas." "I will never use the military as a prop or private militia to violate the rights of Sahara civilians. This is not law and order."

It was a reference to Trump's recent efforts to expand federal intervention in some cities as he focused his re-election bid on "law and order" against the backdrop of protests against institutional racism and police brutality in the country. Makes in July, the president deployed federal troops to Chicago and Albuquerque, New Mexico, after sending earlier homeland security agents to Portland, Oregon.

Trump also announced this week that federal troops were being sent’ to central Wisconsin, where unrest erupted after police opened fire last weekend on the back of an unarmed black man, Jacob Blake. Biden has said he considers traveling to Wisconsin to calm the situation, but only if it is, done "safely" and without "impressive conditions" on the ground.


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