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Vice President Mike Pence goes after Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden during campaign visit to Iowa.
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“President Donald Trump took our case to the American people and he took the fight to Joe Biden,” said Pence during a visit to Council Bluffs on Thursday.
“We’re going to keep on fighting for thirty three days all the way to victory on November the 3rd.”
This comes after a contentious debate between President Donald Trump and Biden on Tuesday, which many said there may not have been a clear winner.
The president’s brash debate posture may have appealed to his most passionate supporters, but it was unclear whether the embattled incumbent helped expand his coalition or won over any persuadable voters, particularly white educated women and independents who have been turned off in part by the same tone and tenor the president displayed on the debate stage.
With just five weeks until Election Day and voting already underway in several key states, Biden holds a lead in national polls and in many battlegrounds.
Polling has been remarkably stable for months, despite the historic crises that have battered the country this year, including the coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 200,000 Americans and a reckoning over race and police.
“Men and women of Iowa, we’ve got to decide right here and right now that Joe Biden will never be President of the United States of America,” said Pence.
“We’re going to reelect President Donald Trump for four more years.”
Pence is up next week against Sen. Kamala Harris in Salt Lake City, Utah.
“We’re going to do our best to take our case one more time to the American people and take the fight to the Biden Harris agenda,” said Pence.
“But we need you to go out and tell your neighbors and friends what four more years means.”
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