Rail Force One: Biden Leads Whistle-Stop Tour After Debate : The NPR Politics Podcast The Biden campaign chartered an Amtrak train to take the former vice president through Ohio and Pennsylvania after the first presidential debate. And, voters react to the chaos of last night's event.

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Rail Force One: Biden Leads Whistle-Stop Tour After Debate

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Rail Force One: Biden Leads Whistle-Stop Tour After Debate

Rail Force One: Biden Leads Whistle-Stop Tour After Debate

Rail Force One: Biden Leads Whistle-Stop Tour After Debate

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The Biden campaign chartered an Amtrak train to take the former vice president through Ohio and Pennsylvania after the first presidential debate. And, voters react to the chaos of last night's event.

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Correction Oct. 1, 2020

A previous version of this page incorrectly referred to former Vice President Joe Biden as the president.