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Trump began his Sunday spree in Michigan, where he held a midday rally in snowy Washington Township and played the greatest hits of his campaign as temperatures dropped to 29 degrees with the wind chill. In Iowa, he also highlighted the weather, lamenting the windy conditions.
Trump went through his usual rally set list, blasting Democratic policy proposals, criticizing Biden's fitness and assailing so-called cancel culture.
Trump attacked Biden as "agitated" and "angry" because "he's losing," even though Biden leads in most national and swing state polling.
Speaking Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia, Biden referred to how close Pennsylvania was in 2016, when Trump won by just about 44,000 votes.
"So every single vote matters," Biden said. "The power to change this country is literally in your hands."
"I don't care how hard Donald Trump tries, there's nothing he can do to stop this country from voting," he said, saying it is "time for Donald Trump to pack his bags and go home."
Biden criticized Trump's handling of the pandemic and race relations, saying, "It's time to breathe some life back into this nation."
"We're tired of the tweets, the anger, the hate, the irresponsibility," he said. "We've got a lot of work to do."
Biden ripped into Trump at his last rally of the day, calling him a "virus" and pushing for Pennsylvanians who have yet to return their absentee ballots to do so immediately.
"I'll never wave the white flag," Biden said of Trump's pandemic response. "We're going to beat this virus. We're going to get it under control. To beat the virus, we first have to beat Donald Trump. He's the virus."
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