Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Monday didn’t have any campaign events scheduled until late afternoon where he made an unscheduled stop from his basement of Wilmington, DE to cross the border of Chester, PA.
During his brief speech criticizing the Trump administration’s coronavirus response, Biden gave reporters a rare opportunity to ask questions.
Here are the four questions the traveling campaign embeds asked the Democratic nominee:
“You’ve kept a relatively light public schedule in the past few days, can you give us a sense of how much you’ll be traveling in the next few days?”
“Are you confident enough with your standing in states like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan? Are you expanding the map by traveling to Iowa?”
“You said as part of your commission you would look into how long justices serve on the court. Does that mean you’re open to term limits?”
“Do you have any reaction to President Trump planning an outdoor event at the White House tonight to celebrate the anticipated confirmation of Judge Barrett?”
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