Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a planned campaign stop in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he spent part of his childhood. He is traveling with two of his granddaughters who he says have never been to Scranton.
Biden is at a canvass kickoff at Carpenters Local Union Hall 445 in Scranton. He introduced his granddaughters and said they wanted to come because they’d never been to Scranton. pic.twitter.com/SxN2izw5t6
— Alexandra Jaffe (@ajjaffe) November 3, 2020
The stops on Tuesday make the third straight day that Mr. Biden has held events in Pennsylvania. He also plans to stop in Philadelphia and is to end his campaigning on Tuesday evening with a speech in Wilmington, Del., with his wife, Jill, his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, and Ms. Harris’s husband, Doug Emhoff.
His rally was weak as always with only dozens of people who decided to listen to “Sleepy Joe.”
But the weird part of this so-called rally came when Joe Biden needed to turn on the megaphone, the whole situation was caught on video and Joe was struggling to turn on his megaphone.
Someone pick up grandpa please! pic.twitter.com/gBdy1pSFBR
— Midnight Rider🇺🇸 Chump for Trump! (@m1dn7ghtrider) November 3, 2020
Another video of the “Presidential” candidate Joe Biden:
“I want to restore basic decency and honor in the White House” ⁰⁰Presidential candidate Joe Biden gave a speech during his visit to Scranton, Pennsylvania pic.twitter.com/oFZg0BXeJZ
— Bloomberg QuickTake (@QuickTake) November 3, 2020
As a reminder, President Trump held a MASSIVE rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania on Monday.
THOUSANDS of supporters turned out to see President Trump in the cold.
President Trump plans to cap his campaigning with a visit to a Republican National Committee annex in Arlington, Va. He is to return to the White House by 11 a.m., according to a schedule provided by the White House.
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