DALLAS, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – Eyewitness News spoke one-on-one with Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden on Saturday during his event in Luzerne County. We asked Biden questions…
Thomas Kaplan.@AndyWBRE_WYOU starts to ask Biden about "controversy" and Hunter Biden. Biden interjects: "There is no controversy about my son. It's all a lie. It's a flat lie, because the president has nothing else to run on."
Thomas KaplanBiden tells @PodSaveAmerica of Trump, "I guarantee you he'll accept the results" of the election.
"There's no one going to stick with him," Biden says, adding, "So I'm not worried about any coup here."
President Trump and Joe Biden will have their last major opportunity on Thursday to promote their record and criticize their opponent as they address questions on the coronavirus crisis, race, national security and more.
Thomas KaplanNEWS: Biden weighs in, briefly, on expanding the Supreme Court.
"I'm not a fan of court packing," he tells @Local12. "But I don't want to get off on that whole issue. I want to keep focused."
With transparency on health newly significant in the presidential race, Joe Biden’s safety protocols have remained largely under wraps. But on Sunday evening, his campaign said he had again tested negative for the coronavirus.
Mr. Biden has spent months assailing President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus. With a bitter Supreme Court confirmation battle looming, he will seek to link the vacancy to the pandemic and the future of health care.
As President Trump’s campaign barrels ahead with crowded rallies and in-person door-knocking, some Democratic officials in battleground states are warning that Joe Biden may not be doing enough to excite voters.
The president visited California after weeks of silence on its wildfires and blamed the crisis only on poor forest management, not climate change. “I don’t think science knows” what is happening, he said.
Before sketching out a plan to keep more jobs in the United States, the former vice president denounced his rival over revelations in a new book that the president knowingly minimized the coronavirus’s dangers.