Accusing President Donald Trump of being "divider-in-chief" by fomenting racism, hatred and bitterness among fellow citizens, former United States vice-president Joe Biden on Saturday formally launched his 2020 bid for the White House and asserted that his campaign is all about restoring the soul of the nation, rebuilding the middle class, and unifying the country.
Trump did not just worry about the Special Election, he also anxious about winning Pennsylvania in 2020.
Since getting into the race, Biden has taken the top spot all polls of the Democratic field, according to FiveThirtyEight's poll tracker. "That they are angry - and the angrier you are - the better", Biden says in his speech. I believe it is only he who can put the USA back on the path of development. I believe Democrats want to unify this nation. That's what the party's always been about. Frustrated by the increasing amount of TV news coverage the Democratic presidential candidates are attracting, Trump is looking to shift the spotlight back to his campaign.
The President's challenges in Rust Belt states, critical to his narrow 2016 victory, are at the forefront of advisers' minds.
"The main things I want in a nominee, however, are twofold".
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"I know President Trump likes to take credit for the economy's growth and low unemployment numbers, but just look at the facts - not the alternative facts", Biden told the crowd (estimated to be around 6,000 people). "I don't want middle of the road". He stopped in Coral Gables to attend a fundraiser hosted by developer Michael Adler, who was the national finance chairman of Biden's 2008 presidential campaign.
He announced his decision to run for the presidency on April 25 with an online video and climbed to the front of the crowded primary field, in part by highlighting his ability to compete with Trump in potentially make-or-break states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Trump's rally on Monday also comes on the eve of a special election for Pennsylvania's 12th Congressional District, a conservative stronghold where Trump will be looking to ensure Republican Fred Keller keeps the seat in Republican hands.
Biden is betting big that voters in the Midwest and beyond will ultimately embrace his optimistic appeal.
Saturday's address is the longtime DE senator's first public appearance in Pennsylvania since announcing his campaign headquarters would be in Philadelphia. 2016 - 25 per cent to 30 per cent of my voters also voted for Donald Trump. "Kids are being torn away from their mothers' arms at the border", Green continued.