It’s kind of baffling, even for those of us who have been following politics for decades.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is said to be handily beating incumbent President Donald Trump in the latest 2020 presidential polls, but the crowds showing up for each candidate just don’t bear that disparity out.
For example, take the crowd — or rather, lack thereof — at one campaign stop Biden made with running mate California Sen. Kamala Harris on Thursday.
The pair were set to appear for the first time at a campaign event together while making their rounds in Arizona, including a meeting with Native American tribal leaders at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, according to The Arizona Republic.
Still, it looked