Mr. Biden’s event is at Bridgewater College at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21. Click here for updates. Mr. Trump’s town hall starts at 4 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 22. Click here for updates.
If Vice President Joe Biden doesn’t decide to run for president, chances are he’ll still weigh in on the 2020 campaign.
That’s apparently his plan, and he has some key endorsements to back it up, too. (His 77-year-old spouse, Jill Biden, said recently that she would vote for Mr. Biden, while her son and Mr. Biden’s 2008 running mate, Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware, has not come out publicly in support of his political son.)
Now, Mr. Biden is ramping up his campaign in Washington and his home state, opening his first town hall in a month to a mostly boisterous, cheering audience in the Christian Science Center at Bridgewater College in New Hampshire — where Mr. Biden says he made up his mind not to run last time — on Monday night, Oct. 15.
And Donald J. Trump, once and likely future president, is also ramping up his 2020 campaign, although it is being carried out almost entirely online.
This article was originally published by The New York Times.