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Subdued town hall plays into Biden's under-the-radar campaign strategy
by Naomi Lim, Political Reporter |
 | October 15, 2020 10:05 PM

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s town hall may have been a quiet, subdued affair compared to President Trump’s, but with an almost double-digit average polling lead, that’s unlikely to hurt his advantage 19 days before the election.

Biden did make news during his calm, two-hour town hall with ABC.

The two-term vice president and 36-year Delaware senator admitted it was a mistake to support the 1994 crime bill, maligned for its disproportionate impact on minority communities. He promised to clarify his position on court-packing before Nov. 3, depending on how the Senate handled Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation vote. And he tentatively backed a coronavirus vaccine mandate.

But that paled in comparison to the first 15 minutes of Trump’s frenetic, one-hour town hall on NBC.

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