President Joe Biden traveled to Philadelphia on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to volunteer at a local food bank, marking his third visit to the swing state of Pennsylvania this year alone.
On Friday, the president visited a number of small businesses alongside Gov. Josh Shapiro (D-PA) and Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA), and on Jan. 6, Biden held his first reelection event of the year, a lengthy speech near Valley Forge focusing on the threat to democracy he says former President Donald Trump poses.
Following those trips, Biden, sporting a blue zip-up sweater and baseball cap, spent Monday packing apples and other produce at Philabundance, the same food bank where he and first lady Jill Biden have volunteered for the past two consecutive MLK holidays.
Unlike past visits to Philabundance, Biden did not speak to the media