Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) on Wednesday drew a pointy distinction between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump as he described as a “critical moment” the upcoming first 2024 presidential debate, which CNN is internet hosting in Atlanta on Thursday.

This election is a “binary choice” that “could not be more stark,” Warnock, the senior pastor of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, advised MSNBC’s Alex Wagner.

It’s between presumptive GOP presidential nominee Trump, “a man who can only think about himself,” and Biden, “a man who has literally dedicated his whole life to public service, a noble calling,” Warnock famous.

Wagner recalled Warnock’s earlier feedback about America enduring a non secular disaster on account of Trumpism. Trump sees himself as a “savior” determine, she stated.

Warnock replied: “Donald Trump is a plague on the American conscience and the American nation.”

There couldn’t be “a more stark choice,” he stated, later expressing hope that there’s “just enough decency in this country that the truth will prevail.”