Monday, March 30, 2020
As the novel coronavirus continues to disrupt society, displace workers, and destroy the economy, Joe Biden has been struggling to adapt to the impact of the pandemic on the Democratic Party contest. Under ordinary circumstances, his commanding delegate lead would cement his position as the presumptive nominee while likely compelling his remaining rival to bow out of the race and support the former vice president. [snip]
...For a politician whose greatest strength is his ability to connect with voters, which is traditionally done by traveling all around the country, speaking to voters at rallies, and of course shaking hands, Biden has been struggling to keep his campaign afloat during such untraditional and unprecedented times.
His only messages to supporters so far have come in low quality videos from his house in Delaware. This is not the image he seeks to challenge Donald Trump, who for better or worse has dominated news coverage of the pandemic response.
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