Joe Biden Kicks Off Presidential Campaign with 2020 Rally in Pittsburgh April 29 2019

Former Vice President Joe Biden (D) held his first campaign rally in Pittsburgh since announcing his 2020 presidential bid. At the top of his remarks, he mentioned the Poway synagogue shooting in California, telling an audience of supporters that the shooting was a reminder that we are in a “battle for America’s soul.” Mr. Biden talked about the contributions of working class people, increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour, and making college education and health care more affordable. This hour-long event also included an endorsement and speech by the president of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) and remarks by Jill Biden and a local Pittsburgh school teacher.

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