Biden calls Trump supporters ‘chumps’ at Pennsylvania drive-in rally
An irritated Joe Biden lashed out at a group of Trump supporters who tried to crash his campaign appearance in Pennsylvania.
“We don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphones, those Trump guys,” he told supporters ensconced in about 130 cars at a drive-in rally at Bucks County Community College in Newtown.
He was referring to scores of fans of President Trump, driving pickup trucks and SUVs draped with American flags and campaign banners, who invaded a nearby parking lot — within earshot of the candidate — to honk horns and try to shout the Democrat down.
Biden spoke for 25 minutes in the crucial swing county just north of Philadelphia, which Hillary Clinton won by less than 1 percent in 2016 — and which Democrats hope to win more resoundingly this year, with the help of suburbanites turned off by Trump.
The former vice president attacked Trump as “the only guy any of us have known as president who’s making money from foreign sources” — but did not otherwise refer to the ongoing controversy over his son Hunter and the younger Biden’s foreign business entanglements.
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