In the run-up to the high-stakes midterm elections next week, President Joe Biden is out on the stump in many states.
But his one-time boss, former president Barack Obama, is also campaigning hard to rescue a faltering Democratic Party.
On Friday, the two men spoke at the same time, in two different corners of the United States: Biden in Pennsylvania and Obama in Georgia, two crucial states for Democratic Party aspirations in Congress.
Both presidents have employed nearly the same speech: the need to save American democracy by blocking Donald Trump’s Republican Party. Read more…