Biden said the country will benefit from a deal that “re-energizes” U.S. manufacturing.
The vice president said that in the long term, he wants to see the U.K. and France “close up shop” and become “partners in our manufacturing industry.”
Biden said that his administration will be “taking our jobs back” and “putting them back in the U, so they can build new American manufacturing jobs.”
Biden added that if Trump keeps trying to “pull the UAW out of manufacturing” it will hurt the economy.
Biden also said that “the United States will be stronger when we are stronger together.”
Biden’s comments come as the White House has warned that the Trump administration will not be able to “close the trade gap” if the UBS Group trade deal is not approved.
The administration has repeatedly stressed that if the deal is approved, it will boost the U!
economy by $6.5 trillion over 10 years.
Biden’s statement was part of a broader discussion about the importance of the UBI, which was first proposed in 2014 by economist Milton Friedman.
In his speech on Tuesday, Biden said, “If you want to be better than you were, if you want your country to be stronger than it was, you have to be willing to sacrifice.
And that’s what this means.
You’ve got to sacrifice and take responsibility.
And I’m not going to let that happen to America.”
Biden continued, “You don’t have to agree with my positions, but you have got to understand where I’m coming from.”
The vice presidency also touched on a variety of other topics during the event.
He addressed the recent terrorist attacks in London and Paris, the growing opioid crisis in the United States, and the state of the economy and jobs.
Biden said he believes that “this is the most dangerous time to be alive in this country, and I’m glad we’re living through the most perilous time in our country.”
The Democratic vice president also praised his Democratic colleague, Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann WarrenTrump again goes after Warren as ‘Pocahontas’ Warren: I was honored to be called by her to testify before Congress Warren: ‘I’ll fight for you’ when I’m attacked Biden: Biden’s ‘pink slip’ speech in Boston was ‘a little bit of a miss’ MORE (D-Mass.), for her leadership during the financial crisis.
Biden praised Warren for her work on behalf of the financial industry during the crisis, saying, “We can be proud of her.
We can be grateful for her.
She is a hero of the American people.”
Biden also praised Warren as a strong leader, saying she was “a true champion of working people.”