WATCH: Trump accuses Biden and Democrats in DC of wanting to abolish our suburbs

Wednesday, President Trump tweeted:

Joe Biden and the Radical Left want to Abolish Police, Abolish ICE, Abolish Bail, Abolish Suburbs, Abolish the 2nd Amendment – and Abolish the American Way of Life. No one will be SAFE in Joe Biden’s America!

Trump echoed these remarks during a White House press conference.

Fox News reports President Trump on Thursday once again shifted the focus away from his planned remarks on White House deregulation efforts to go after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his recent policy proposals that the president argues would “totally destroy the beautiful suburbs.”

While making remarks ostensibly about rolling back federal regulations on infrastructure projects, Trump veered off topic to malign the proposals put forth by a task force set up by Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

“The American dream would be quickly snuffed out and replaced by a socialist nightmare,” Trump said of Biden and Sanders’ so-called “unity platform.” “The end result will be to totally destroy the beautiful suburbs.”

Biden and Sanders released last week the wide-ranging set of recommendations that, while laying out a progressive road map for the former vice president, does falls short of the ambitious plans pushed by Sanders and other candidates during the Democratic primaries.

The health care task force spotlights ways to expand coverage by strengthening the Affordable Care Act, which was Biden’s position during the primaries, rather than pushing for a single-payer “Medicare-for-all” health care system, a signature policy goal for Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts that was notably absent from the document.

But the climate change task force — co-chaired by progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and former Secretary of State John Kerry — calls for a faster timetable to achieve net-zero carbon emissions than Biden has previously advocated for, instead of the Ocasio-Cortez-championed Green New Deal to overhaul environmental policy, which also was not included in the recommendations.