Since the last presidential debate on Oct. 22, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have been touring the country for their final push of campaign rallies. From Pennsylvania, to Florida and Michigan, the candidates have hit on a variety of issues, like pandemic restrictions and the economy. The two candidates, however, had different approaches to their rallies during the pandemic– Biden’s events were largely socially distant, where Trump’s events were similar to traditional rallies where large groups were gathered together.
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