Biden, Trump offer sharp contrasts on COVID-19 in back-to-back Wisconsin rallies


In back-to-back rallies in Wisconsin today, Donald Trump continued to insist the nation is turning the corner on COVID-19, while Dem rival Joe Biden accused the president of surrendering to the virus.
The rallies provided a sharp contrast in the approach to COVID-19 precautions by the two campaigns. Both spoke to open-air rallies. But Trump’s included backers shoulder-to-shoulder in a traditional campaign rally setting as he insisted Dem-run states need to “open up.” Biden, meanwhile, wore a mask as he addressed about 50 people, including media. Backers sat in folding chairs inside white circl...

Please log in to access subscriber content.
If you don't have a subscription, click here for a WisPolitics free trial and to view the different subscription options.

2022 Fall Election Results

Upcoming Events