Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris appear weak for interviews and press conferences ahead of the general election, Hill Media reporter Jo Concha said Monday.
“JB Biden has held two press conferences in 150 days. You’re talking to President Trump or Kelly Mack who is holding two press conferences on most days of the weekend, “Kancha said.” Fox and Friends First. “
“When you don’t speak to the press, or if in the case of Biden and Kamala Harris, you get the party nomination on August 20 and then publicly announce that you will not start campaigning around September 10. Not talking to people, you are talking to the media. Not talking, there is a risk of being defined by your opponent, ”Kancha said.
Byd to start hosting individual events after Labor Day
After more than five months of virtual propaganda, mostly amid the coronavirus epidemic, Biden said he would start campaigning in person next month, hanging out in some of the states in the election-decisive general war.
The former vice president announced during a virtual fundraiser on Thursday that he plans to hold individual events after Labor Day “without compromising or violating state rules on how many people can actually gather.”
“The things we’re thinking about is that I’m going to go to Wisconsin and Minnesota, spend time in Pennsylvania, in Arizona,” Biden explained. “I will travel across the country where I can make it consistent with state rules on how many people can be gathered.”
Biden Wilmington, Dale from mid-March. Ma was working outside his home while the coronavirus was swept the nation. Beginning in late May, the former vice president held several small, personal campaign events in his home state and in neighboring Pennsylvania – which is an important swing state – among people wearing masks and practicing social distance.
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Kancha said Biden has “no momentum while Trump has all the moments.”
“Cities are burning, people are watching people die on American streets, I’m not making this, we’re seeing reports on a daily basis and now it feels weak, not to talk about what the people you’re looking for will do. To do. In particular, Kamala Harris, by the way, as a former prosecutor. Kancha said.
“Unfortunately when you do, your turnout seems to be low, unfortunately when you’re a Democrat,” Kancha continued.
Paul Steinhauser and Eli Rafa of Fox News contributed to this report.