Joseph R. Biden traveled to Florida on Tuesday to muster support among Hispanic voters, a key constituency where he is struggling to match Hillary Clinton’s 2016 numbers.
Mr. Biden said it’s an “easy” case to make that Latinos would be better off on issues like education, health care, immigration, and the coronavirus pandemic if President Trump is ousted from office.
“It’s about talking about jobs, it’s about to be willing to step up and provide opportunities for people,” Mr. Biden said while traveling in the Sunshine State. “He should get off the damn golf course and sit down in the Oval Office and sit with both Republicans and Democrats and get something done.”
It was his first in-person visit to the key battleground state as the Democratic presidential nominee.
While there, Mr. Biden laid out a new plan aimed at investing in and modernizing Puerto Rico, which has been hit hard by hurricanes in recent years.
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