Former President Barack Obama mocked President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, saying Trump “turned the White House into a hot zone.” (Oct. 27)

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Former Vice President Joe Biden campaigned in Georgia on Tuesday, quoting President Franklin D. Roosevelet at a stop in Warm Springs: 

“‘Today … we must cultivate the science of human relationships — the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together and work together in the same world at peace,’” Biden said. “To live together and work together. That’s how I see America. That’s how I see the presidency, and that’s how I see the future.”

Meanwhile, his former boss, President Barack Obama, accused President Donald Trump of whining at an Orlando, Florida, rally. 

Florida and Georgia are just a few of the battleground areas the two sides are fighting for with exactly one week until Election Day Nov. 3.