LID: Sleepy Joe Biden Won’t Make Any Campaign Appearances Until Thursday Debate

MANCHESTER NH. – OCTOBER 9: Ex Vice Pres. Joe Biden makes the sign of the cross after speaking about Giuliani speaks to supporters at an event at McIntyre Ski resort on October 9, 2019 in Manchester, NH. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign announced that the candidate won’t be making any public appearances until the Thursday debate on Sunday morning.

This is relatively unprecedented. Presidential candidates sometimes dial back on campaign events in the days preceding a debate, but Biden is now slated to go almost a full work week without appearing in public, just two weeks before the November 3rd election.

Biden has surprised even Democrat-affiliated liberal media reporters with his frequency of ‘break’ days during his campaign, often declaring that he wouldn’t be appearing publicly as early as 8 or 9 in the morning.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump is continuing with a daily schedule of rallies across the country, usually more than one a day.

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