Democrat nominee Joe Biden repeated his vow to be a president for all Americans, but as Trump supporters reportedly outnumbered and trolled his drive-in rally Saturday, he proceeded to call them out as “chumps.”
Then Biden said the presidential campaign was about “decency.”
It was not quite calling them “unredeemable” or “a basket of deplorables” as Hillary Clinton infamously did to Trump supporters in 2016, but it might be remembered as coming close.
“And by the way, we don’t do things like those chumps out there with the microphone are doing, the Trump guys,” Biden told his socially distant drive-in rally at the Bucks County Community College’s Lower Bucks campus in Bristol, Pennsylvania.
Biden’s spattering of supporters cheered.
“It’s about decency,” he continued. “Look, we’ve got to come together.”
The Trump supporters outside the Biden rally outnumbered the supporters’ cars at the outdoor rally, according to an on-scene report by Fox News.
They were effective getting under the Democrat candidate’s skin, forcing his rebuke while he talked about unity, decency and coming together.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly mocked Biden’s campaign for struggling to draw enthusiasm at his rallies.
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