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Joe Biden says former President Barack Obama will be hitting the campaign trail on the current Democratic presidential nominee's behalf.
And Biden, who served for eight years as vice president under Obama, emphasized that his former boss is “doing enough for our campaign” and that Obama’s “doing well.”
Biden made his comments as he briefly spoke with reporters at an airport near his home in Delaware before boarding a flight to Florida to campaign in the crucial battleground state.
Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks to members of the media before boardin his campaign plane at New Castle Airport, in New Castle, Del., Tuesday Oct. 13, 2020, en route to Florida. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
The former vice president didn’t offer any more details on when and where Obama would be campaigning for him.
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Biden repeatedly spotlighted his eight years as vice president in the Obama administration as he battled a big field of Democratic nomination rivals during the primary campaign – but he has not showcased his tenure with Obama nearly as much as he keeps the focus on President Trump during the general election.
Obama remained neutral during the primaries but endorsed his former vice president once Biden’s last remaining rival – Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont – dropped out of the race in April. The former president headlined a number of large grassroots fundraisers for Biden during the spring and summer.
Obama also pilloried Trump as he gave one of the marquee addresses during the Democratic National Convention in August.
The former president traveled to Pennsylvania to give his address from the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.
On Tuesday, Obama released a new video urging Americans in 24 key states to vote in this year’s election.
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But the 44th president of the United States – who remains popular among Democrats and independents – has yet to campaign in person for Biden amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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