Biden si fa chiamare Harris’ compagno di corsa durante l'evento della campagna ad Atlanta

Biden calls himself Harris' running mate during campaign event in Atlanta

Candidato presidenziale democratico Joe Biden scherzosamente si è presentato come Sen. Kamala Harris‘ compagno di corsa durante l'inizio del suo discorso di moncherino ad Atlanta martedì.

“Gente, il mio nome è Joe Biden, e sono il marito di Jill Biden e il compagno di corsa di Kamala,” ha scherzato durante la sua seconda tappa della campagna in Georgia. “Y’all think I’m kidding don’t you?”

Il presidente Trump ei repubblicani cercano spesso di ritrarre Biden come un “cavallo di Troia” per l'ala progressista del Partito Democratico, compresi i legislatori come il Sen. Bernie Sanders, D.-Vt., e Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y, e hanno suggerito - senza prove - che Harris sarà effettivamente a capo del paese se Biden vincesse il novembre. 3.

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Lo scorso mese, Harris accidentally referred to economic proposals that would be passed under aHarris administration.

A Harris administration, together with Joe Biden as the president of the United States,” lei disse, but quickly added: “The Biden-Harris administration will provide access to $ 100 billion in low-interest loans and investments from minority business owners.

The Trump campaign seized onto Biden’s comment on Tuesday.

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Joe Biden confirms what we all know,” White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted, sharing an edited clip of the video. The Trump war room also tweeted out the quote alongside a clip of the video.

Biden made the riff while speaking to a crowd of supporters at a drive-in event in Atlanta on Tuesday. It marked the first time that the former vice president had visited Georgia since he clinched the Democratic Party’s nomination.

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Georgia has not backed a Democrat for president since 1992 when Bill Clinton beat incumbent President George H.W. cespuglio.

But the Biden campaign sees an opening for the former vice president in the Peach State as turnout increases among Black voters and the Atlanta suburbs shift away from the Republican Party. According to an average of sondaggi by RealClearPolitics, Trump has a slim 0.4.-percentage-point lead in the state.

“There aren’t a lot of pundits who would have guessed four years ago that the Democratic candidate for president in 2020 would be campaigning in Georgia on the final week of the election. Or that we would have such competitive Senate races here in Georgia. But we do,” Biden ha detto. “Because something is happening here in Georgia and across America.”

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