President Donald Trump returned to the rally stage on Monday with a slew of attacks on opponent Joe Biden.
Or, rather, on an imaginary version of Joe Biden.
With three weeks left to go in the presidential election campaign, Trump continues to try to frighten voters about supposed Biden policy positions that the former vice president does not actually endorse.
At Trump’s first rally since he was hospitalized for the coronavirus, an hour-long performance in Sanford, Florida, the President delivered at least eight false or misleading warnings about what Biden plans to do in office.
Trump said, for example, that Biden would “destroy protections