Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden urged his supporters to turn out the vote during a campaign event in pivotal Pennsylvania — as President Trump sprinted from Michigan to Iowa for the second of five appearances planned for the day.
During a drive-in rally in a Philadelphia church parking lot, Biden said the president is “terrified” of the possible election results in the battleground state.
“President Trump is terrified of what will happen in Pennsylvania,” Biden said. “He knows if you have your say, he doesn’t stand a chance.”
“There’s too much on the line to sit it out,” Biden added. “We only have two more days. In two more days, we can put an end to this presidency that has from the very beginning sought to divide us, to tear us apart.”
The former vice president also warned that Republicans would try to “suppress” voter turnout.
“We have to earn our democracy. We have to get out and vote,” Biden said at the “souls to the polls” event aimed at encouraging black church congregations to organize and cast their ballots.
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