Biden Forgets Name Of Murder Victim In Video

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NBC News presidential historian Michael Beschloss recently claimed on Thursday that the United States could be a “dictatorship” by next year. He believes that’s part of the message President Joe Biden should be delivering at his State of the Union address via Mediaite.

It is noted that joining MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell, Beschloss compared Biden’s Thursday address to that of Franklin D. Roosevelt. He referred to the “dictatorship” worries as the “elephant in the room.”

“Well, this is a real historical moment. We could be a dictatorship next year if Donald Trump is elected and carries through on his threats, and carries through on his threats to suspend the Constitution. That’s what’s at stake,” he said. “So Joe Biden could finesse it and talk about other things or he could confront the elephant in the room and say this is a year when we Americans have to choose whether we’re going to live as a democracy, as a republic, or as an authoritarian system.”

The analyst has been highly critical of Trump in the past, comparing him to the president of the Confederacy and accusing him of trying to create a “pre-Civil War” situation to avoid jail.

Beschloss argued on Thursday that Biden could have a moment similar to FDR.

“That’s what FDR was doing in 1941. Nazis, fascists, imperial Japanese were rampaging around the world and he said you Americans have to choose and also for you Americans that think that we need to be fascist at home to compete with other fascist governments, which a lot of people were saying, he said we need these four freedoms: freedom from want or fear, freedom of speech and religion,” he said.

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