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Jill Biden seeks support for husband in Iowa Caucus

December 8, 2019
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Reminding the crowd "There's just 63 days until the Iowa Caucus" and "The time is now" Jill Biden, wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, sought support for his candidacy for the Democrat presidential nomination at a campaign stop at the Toledo Public Library on Monday morning, Dec. 2.

Biden was taking part in her husband's "No Malarkey" bus tour of Iowa making stops in several central Iowa communities earlier this week.

Calling from her career as an educator Biden said "Words matter - they inspire us." She credited President Trump saying "He knows the power of words."

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Jill Biden answers questions about her husband, former Vice President Joe Biden’s bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination during a campaign stop at the Toledo Public library on Monday morning Dec. 2. The former U.S. Second Lady was on an Iowa tour leading up to the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucus reminding those present only 63 days remained as of Monday until caucuses are held.
News-Herald photos/John Speer

But she said with Joe Biden as President policy would not come in the form of "middle of the night "tweets.""

She suggested those present should imagine a day in 2021 with such benefits as green technology, an affordable care act offering a choice and a President standing pu to the National Rifle Association. She of course was characterizing a day with Joe Biden as U.S. President.

She said his "deep experience" is needed in the White House.



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