Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said in a speech in Atlanta on Tuesday that he was a running partner of Senator Kamala Harris.
He joked during the second election campaign in Georgia: “Man, my name is Joe Biden, I am Jill Biden’s husband, and I am Kamara’s campaign partner.” “You all thought I was joking. ?”
President Trump and Republicans often try to portray Biden as a “Trojan horse” of the progressive Democratic Party, including Congressman Bernie Sanders (D.-Vt.) and Congressman Alexander Ocasio. Cortez (DN.Y) and there is no evidence that if Biden wins on November 3, Harris will actually be in charge of the country.
During the virtual round table, Kamala Harris (KAMALA HARRIS) unexpectedly finalized the plan under the “Management of Harris (Harris)”
Last month, Harris inadvertently mentioned economic proposals that would be passed under the “Harris Administration.”
She said: “The Harris government served as President of the United States together with Joe Biden, but then added: “The Biden-Harris government will provide $100 billion in low-interest loans and investments to minority business owners.
The Trump campaign drew comments from Biden on Tuesday.
Withdrawal of vote: 7 states allow voters to vote again
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted: “Joe Biden confirmed everything we know.” The Trump War Room also tweeted in the video clip.
Biden improvised while talking to a group of supporters during a driving race in Atlanta on Tuesday. This is the first time the former vice president has visited Georgia since he won the Democratic nomination.
Voting so far in the 2020 election
Since Bill Clinton defeated current President George HW Bush in 1992, Georgia has not supported the President for the Democratic Party.
But in the Biden campaign, as the turnout of black voters increased and the Atlanta suburbs moved away from the Republican Party, the former vice president of Peach Blossom State had a vacancy. According to RealClearPolitics’ average poll, Trump’s lead in the state is only 0.4%.
“Not many experts would speculate four years ago that the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate will run in Georgia in the last week of the election. Otherwise we will hold such a competitive Senate campaign in Georgia. But we did it,” Bye Den said. “Because something happened in Georgia and throughout the United States.
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