“Democracy cannot survive when one side believes there are only two outcomes to an election: either they win, or they were cheated,” Biden said in remarks in Philadelphia.
The president delivered his speech in a familiar setting and framework, but the context was new: It was the White House’s closing argument for the midterms.
Biden says a faction of the Republican party tied to former President Donald Trump is "determined to take this country backwards." Republicans say he's being divisive.
The address will begin at 8 p.m. Eastern and air live on television and online.
In a prime-time speech in Philadelphia, President Biden cast the midterm elections as a choice between his agenda and the extremism of “MAGA Republicans.”
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre claimed Thursday that President Biden’s primetime address on “the battle for the soul of the nation” is “not a political speech” — before releasing ex…
The White House has released speech excerpts which show that the President will warn of the threat to democracy from extremist groups in the US.
Holding little back, President Joe Biden is sounding an alarm about what he views as extremist threats to the nation’s democracy from what he views as the evil force of Trumpism
In primetime address, President Biden makes his clearest case against Trump