“The vice president believes it’s not the time to just build it back the way things were before ... it’s time to imagine and build a new American economy for the next generation.”
There’s reason to believe Trump’s numbers on the economy may dip, however.
A group of Republican former U.S. national security officials plan to publicly endorse Biden in the coming weeks, Reuters reported Wednesday.
“The original sin of this country still stains our nation today, and sometimes, we manage to overlook it. We just push forward with a thousand other tasks in our daily life. But it’s always there."
Joe Biden is leading the polls in Arizona as he balances his centrist roots with a push to move further left on certain issues, including healthcare.
Trump's support in Arizona has remained at the same level for the past three months while McSally falls further behind Kelly.
"I don't think we'll have to pressure him" on immigration reform, she said. "We're not taking any vote for granted. We have to compete for Latino voters", he said.