“If I can vote in the United States, I will vote in a friendly manner”: Harry Styles agrees with Joe Biden in the presidential election against Donald Trump
Harry Styles agreed with Joe Biden.
The 26-year-old singer and actor responded to a tweet from the Democratic presidential candidate on Tuesday, stating that he will support the former vice president in his campaign with Donald Trump next week.
The British singer said: “If I can vote in the United States, I will vote in a friendly manner.”
The Latest: 26-year-old Harry Styles said he will support former Vice President Joe Biden in his campaign with Donald Trump next week
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“If Harry Styles says we ride with Biden, then we ride with Biden!” one said.
When talking about “Trump” and American politics in past talk shows, the artist of “Mark of the Times” once showed off his comedy.
In May 2017, Styles appeared in James Corden’s “Late Late Show”, where he made some jokes at Trump’s expense.
Statement: The singer and actor responded to the Democratic presidential candidate’s tweet on Tuesday
Bold: Biden said that the president has “shrugged”, “swaggered” and “surrendered” this year. More than 226,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus this year
Styles said: “Of course, the big story tonight is that Donald Trump shared secret information with Russians last week.” The good news for Trump is that he was appointed by Russia as the best employee of the month.
With only one week left before Election Day, Biden is campaigning in Georgia. He said that due to the political tension between the left and the right, “anger and suspicion are increasing, and our wounds are getting deeper and deeper.”
‘Is the heart of this country turned into stone? I don’t think so-I don’t believe it, to restore our souls and save this country for Trump four years later, “Biden, who said, if elected, he will commit to saying.”
Biden said the president has “shrugged”, “staggered” and “surrendered” this year, and that more than 226,000 Americans have died from the coronavirus this year.
He said: “The tragic fact of our time is that COVID has left deep and lasting wounds in this country.”
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