Wed. Jun 19th, 2024
Biden aims to highlight differences between his health care plan and Trump’s in North Carolina.

President Biden and Vice President Harris traveled to North Carolina to mark the 14-year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act’s passage. During their visit, they criticized Republicans’ health care policies and emphasized the importance of defending democracy.

Biden spoke in Raleigh, a city that his campaign sees as a potential win in November after narrowly losing the state in 2020. He used the occasion to highlight Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut entitlement programs, as well as their attempts to limit abortion rights and reduce health care coverage.

The president specifically called out former President Trump for his comments on ending Roe v. Wade and his suggestion that women who have abortions should face punishment. Biden emphasized the need to move forward and defend democracy, asserting that health care is a right and highlighting the importance of freedom to choose.

North Carolina is expected to be a key battleground in the upcoming elections, with close races for both the presidency and governorship. A recent poll showed Biden closing the gap with Trump in North Carolina, indicating a competitive race in the state.

By Aiden Nguyen

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