The national press secretary for the Trump 2020 campaign, Hogan Gidley, warns that “American way of life” is not assured if it becomes dependent on the management of former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in November.

“Make no mistake, talking about Joe Biden, you don’t have to guess what his economy would look like” Gidley shared in an interview with Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum, published July 13. 

  “You saw it for eight years [of the Obama administration]; depressed wages, jobs leaving our shores—three million going to China alone–you don’t have to guess what the culture looks like,” Gidley said, projecting a possible Biden administration and its negative impact on the life of the American nation.

According to Gidley, who is a political assistant and deputy White House press secretary, Biden is attacking essential aspects of the American way of life. 

“Our jobs aren’t safe, families aren’t safe, and our American way of life is not safe … Joe Biden is waging war on all three,” Gidley said of the Democratic candidate’s likely administration.  

Gidley emphasized the strength shown by the supporters of President Donald Trump, citing as evidence the huge audience that comes to see his videos.

He mentioned that the campaign’s online events were viewed 1.1 billion times, and explained that these are usually organized by Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law.

Also, the “Father’s Day Special” broadcast, in which President Trump responds to an interview with his son, Donald Trump Jr. got 5.2 million hits.

Additionally, he said there were 18 million visits to the Black Voices for Trump events. 

Gidley is proud of the results of his party’s successful campaign for Trump’s re-election.

Among his accomplishments, he mentions that the number of registered voters in the Republican ranks exceeds that of the Democrats and that the amounts of money contributed by supporters has exceeded expectations. 

Gidley was enthusiastic about the upcoming Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, Florida, which he said had the support of the governor, [Ron] DeSantis, the mayor as well, and the entire team to ensure it was beneficial to all. 

“Because we want to make sure, if we proceed forward, [of] how it looks and the measures that need to be in place to make sure that when this thing goes off, it goes off safely,” Gidley stressed.

Certainly, candidate Biden’s behavior has given much food for thought, even to his own campaign managers, who on several occasions have been forced to interrupt public speeches because of the mistakes and lack of coordination evident in Biden. 

In addition to being involved in cases of possible corruption and mistreatment of African Americans, Biden was accused of plagiarizing the Trump campaign. 

Don Trump Jr. characterized Biden as someone who has been plagiarizing for decades, and as a result, he has lost credibility.

“Joe Biden’s record of plagiarism goes back decades,” he said on Twitter. “Today, he’s the same dishonest plagiarist he was 33 years ago,” Trump Jr. said in one of his tweets.