The events of Monday’s campaign, or the lack of them, illustrated just how struggling the Biden campaign is to keep up with President Donald Trump.
As of Monday morning, Biden had no rallies or events planned, which led everyone to assume the campaign had ended the day, as it tended to.
But after President Trump called out “Sleepy Joe” at his first of three rallies of the day in Allentown, Pa., Biden suddenly had a surprise event elsewhere in the state.
During his rally in Allentown, President Trump used a football analogy to explain how Biden’s team performed late-game “prevent defense”, which he says is almost always a losing strategy.
[World leaders] I don’t want to deal with Sleepy Joe. One of them said to me, one of the leaders said, “Well, I hope you win because we don’t want to have to deal with someone who is sleeping all the time.
Do you think he just announced the cover? He announced another cover. You know? And it’s not, you know, someone might say, “Oh, that’s awesome. It is to prevent the defense. First of all, have you ever seen defense prevent? It always loses. One team shuts down the other team for three and a half quarters, they lead by six, then they’ll prevent the defense, they lose – all the time, right? Two touchdowns scored on them, they stopped a team the whole game.
Then they go, let’s go prevent. Well, I don’t know if he does that. I do not think so. I think he does it because he can’t answer questions.
Then the president drove a few miles down the road for another rally in Lititz, then rushed across the state to end with a third speech in Martinsburg – each event packed with thousands of people.
Feeling the heat, the Biden campaign finally announced an event, but it was a low-energy 10-minute sidewalk stop outside a voter activation center in Chester, Pa., With no crowds. and without enthusiasm from the media and the secret services present. .
Reacting to Trump’s criticism that he never answers questions, Biden answered four questions from reporters.
The awkward, hastily-staged last-minute event for the cameras illustrated the stark contrast of energy and enthusiasm on the electoral track between the two candidates and proves Trump’s nickname for his opponent “Sleepy Joe” to be appropriate .
President Trump is warning the country not to be afraid of Covid-19, which is now known to be similar to a cold virus, and says the United States must reopen now instead of curling up in fear.
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