“There’s a lot of fear,” said one Alabama minister. “That’s why we just want to make sure that if people are afraid to go out, they still need to know that they have alternatives.”
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The former vice president’s embrace of a fuller version of economic populist rhetoric comes as Trump continues to poll ahead of him in some recent surveys on the economy.
“I have to do what I believe in, for myself, and between God and me,” said Pamala, a former Trump supporter from Texas.
Service members “have asked us if the president is simply waiting for them to die,” Rep. Conor Lamb, a former Marine and a Biden ally, said Friday.
“Does anyone believe there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is re-elected?” Biden asked.
As the fall campaign gears up, even the way the candidates are hitting the trail is an issue.
The attacks were baseless, sexist, and utterly predictable.