Did Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden suspend all in-person campaign events only eight days before election day, as multiple articles and President Trump are claiming? No, that's not true: Biden has announced plans to travel to Georgia and then Florida during the week.
Democrat candidate Joe Biden has ended "in-person" campaigning for the remainder of his Presidential campaign, doing what has become known as "calling a lid," or ending campaign activity for the day, according to numerous media sources.
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Democrat candidate Joe Biden has ended "in-person" campaigning for the remainder of his Presidential campaign, doing what has become known as "calling a lid," or ending campaign activity for the day, according to numerous media sources. "Having been in the emergenc...
While Biden has no in-person events Monday, October 26, 2020, he will be traveling to Georgia on the 27th and two locations in Florida on the 29th, according to press releases from the Biden campaign.
The president also pushed the false claim during the first couple minutes of his campaign rally in Lititz, Pennsylvania, on October 26, 2020. Trump told the crowd that Biden was "putting the lid" on the next five days of his campaign:
So they just announced, you know this morning, they're putting the lid on, you know the lid, and I hear its for five days. Five days thats 50 percent of the campaign.
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