Biden Headlines Pandemic Drive-In Town Hall

He gets points for corralling contagion, if not emissions. Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden, riding high in polls, appeared at a socially distanced drive-in town hall meeting in the swing state of Pennsylvania, pitching the election as a contest between Scranton, where he was born into a blue-collar family, and New York City’s Park Avenue. “All he thinks about is the stock market,” Biden said of President Donald Trump, arguing that Scrantonians need fair wages for health workers fighting the pandemic. Trump, appearing at a Wisconsin rally, accused Biden of “selling out” Midwestern jobs while serving as vice president.

Sources: USA Today , CNNFox News

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