Joe Biden’s marketing campaign insists he isn’t ignoring swing states
Joe Biden’s deputy marketing campaign supervisor stated the previous vice chairman is working “extremely exhausting” when questioned whether or not the Democratic nominee is ignoring the battleground states the place President Trump is making a concerted push within the race’s ultimate days.
NBC Information’ anchor Chuck Todd identified that the president has campaigned greater than Biden in North Carolina, Florida and Arizona whereas the previous veep is heading to Georgia on Tuesday.
“We’re campaigning extremely exhausting,” Kate Bedingfield stated on “Meet the Press” Sunday.
She famous that Biden has visited the battleground states “a number of occasions” and appeared at two occasions in Pennsylvania on Saturday, whilst Trump held rallies on Saturday in three swing states — North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin — that made the distinction in 2016.
“We’ve got been very aggressively campaigning however right here’s, right here’s the distinction between what we’re doing and what Donald Trump is doing. We’re doing it safely,” she stated.
“I feel we now have campaigned aggressively and creatively and safely, and you recognize, frankly, I feel that’s what People are searching for,” she stated.
Trump campaigned in New Hampshire on Sunday, will journey to Pennsylvania on Monday and can maintain rallies on Tuesday in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
Biden on Sunday will maintain a digital “I Will Vote” occasion.