Biden And Trump Speak To Voters As Election Day Looms President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are in the home stretch of the 2020 presidential campaign.
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Biden And Trump Speak To Voters As Election Day Looms

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Biden And Trump Speak To Voters As Election Day Looms

Biden And Trump Speak To Voters As Election Day Looms

Biden And Trump Speak To Voters As Election Day Looms

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President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are in the home stretch of the 2020 presidential campaign.

LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:

Polls show the Democratic nominee for president ahead in many swing states and substantially ahead nationally. And in remarks yesterday in one of those states, Joe Biden expressed confidence.

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JOE BIDEN: You got to go out and make sure you vote because the only way we lose this is by the chicanery going on relative to polling places.

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That's Biden in Erie, Pa. And at the White House yesterday, President Trump held his first public event since being hospitalized with COVID-19.

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PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: Well, thank you very much. And keep that enthusiasm going. Get out and vote. We got to vote. We got to vote these people into oblivion.

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