Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s town hall may have been a quiet, subdued affair compared to President Trump’s but with an almost double-digit average polling lead that’s unlikely to hurt his advantage 19 days before the election.
Biden did make news during his calm, two-hour town hall with ABC.
The two-term vice president and 36-year Delaware senator admitted it was a mistake to support the 1994 crime bill, maligned for its disproportionate impact on minority communities. He promised to clarify his position on court packing before Nov. 3, depending on how the Senate handled Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation vote. And he tentatively backed a coronavirus vaccine