Some highlights from Joe Biden's successful CNN Town Hall in Scranton last night, reported by Arlette Saentz. Biden was really in the zone as he connected with his questioners.
"The former VP was asked about Attorney General Bill Barr's recent comments comparing coronavirus stay-at-home orders to slavery. Biden put the blame on Trump," Saentz said.
"As Biden answered voters' questions from a social distance at Thursday's drive-in style event, Trump held yet another campaign rally in Wisconsin, without social distancing, and very few supporters wearing masks."
"While speaking on stage near his childhood hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Biden looked to connect with working class voters, saying there's a clear contrast between himself and Trump," CNN's Arlette Saenz said.
"The Democratic nominee telling voters he wants to serve as a bridge to unite an extremely divided nation."
"Biden also becoming emotional when speaking about his son, Beau, slamming reports of Trump calling service members losers, something the president denies."