Today is Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
As the presidential race enters its final weeks, former President Barack Obama is set to hit the campaign trail for his former Vice President, Joe Biden, very soon. His support is expected to further Biden in the running, as he wants to do everything in his power to help Biden win come Election Day.
Obama has been involved in the campaign thus far, as he has already participated in several fundraisers backing Biden. He even has gone as far as to give a primetime speech during the Democratic National Convention, where he criticized President Donald Trump’s approach in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
However, Obama still has not traveled to any of the common battleground states on behalf of Biden, due to Biden’s approach to reduce in-person contact. Biden said on the tarmac in New Castle, Delaware, "(Obama’s) doing enough for our campaign. He’ll be out on the trail, and he’s doing well.”
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