Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his ruling wife, Kamala Harris, appear “weak” to eavesdrop on interviews and press conferences ahead of the general election, Hill journalist Joe Joe Concha said on Monday.
“Joe Biden held two press conferences in 150 days. You compare that to President Trump or Kaylee McEnnany, who holds two press conferences a day on most days, including weekends, “Koncha told Fox & Friends First.
“When you don’t go out with the press, or in the case of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, you get the party’s nomination on August 20 and then announce publicly that you won’t start a campaign until about September 1
DESIGNED TO START VISITING PERSONAL EVENTS AFTER WORKING DAY
After more than five months of a largely virtual campaign amid the coronavirus pandemic, Biden said he would resume his personal campaign next month, halting some of the most important states of the general election for battle.
The former vice president announced during a virtual fundraiser on Thursday that he plans to hold personal events after Labor Day, “without threatening or violating state rules on how many people can actually gather.”
“One of the things we think is that I’m going to Wisconsin and Minnesota, spending time in Pennsylvania, Arizona,” Biden explained. “I will travel around the country where I can do it in accordance with state rules on how many people can be gathered.”
Biden has been working from his home in Wilmington, Del., Since mid-March, when the coronavirus spread to the nation. Beginning in late May, the former vice president is also holding some small personal campaign events in his home state and in neighboring Pennsylvania – an important swing state – with people in attendance wearing masks and practicing social distancing.
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Koncha said Biden had “no momentum as long as Trump has all the moments.”
“Cities are burning, people are seeing people dying on American streets, I don’t invent that, we see reports every day and now they look weak, the people you’re looking for don’t tell people what they would do. Kamala Harris as a former prosecutor, by the way. “- said Concha.
Koncha went on to say, “When you do, unfortunately your poll numbers start to drop, unfortunately when you’re a Democrat.”
Paul Steinhauser and Ali Rafa contributed to this Fox News report.