United States President Donald Trump and Presidential aspirant Joe Biden were heard throwing and debunking racism accusations during the final Presidential Debate.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden blew hot over allegations of racism at the final official United States Presidential Debate 2020.
This is ahead of the November 3 Presidential election.
At the debate monitored by our correspondent on Friday, Biden accused Trump of making inciting comments against people on the basis of religion and colour.
He also described Trump as the most racist leader in America’s history.
“Abraham Lincoln here is the most racist person in modern history, he pours fuel on every single racist fire.
“He started off his campaign saying he will get rid of those Mexican rapist, he’s banned Muslims because they are Muslims, he has moved around and made everything worse across the board,” he claimed.
He also promised that if he won the election ” I will govern as an American president. I will represent you — whether you vote for me or against me.”
But, Trump denied Biden’s allegations, saying that he failed to understand why people described him as a racist.
He claimed that he loved all people.
“I think I have a great relationship with all people. I am the least racist person.
“I don’t know what to say, I got criminal justice reforms done, prison reforms and opportunity zones.
“I took care of Black colleges and universities, they can say anything I mean it makes me sad.
“I can’t even see the audience because it’s so dark but I don’t care who is in the audience; I’m the least racist person in this room,” he said.
Meanwhile, he reassured voters that he was committed to transforming the U.S. economically.
“We have done an incredible job environmentally, without destroying our industries,” he added.
"I'm the least racist person in this room," says Pres. Trump.
"Abraham Lincoln here is one of the most racist presidents we've had in modern history," Joe Biden sarcastically responds, adding: "This guy has a dog whistle about as big as a foghorn." https://t.co/HR9MFf24eV pic.twitter.com/HzKC10mkwG
— ABC News (@ABC) October 23, 2020