His campaign is terrified of making the same mistakes in Wisconsin that Clinton did four years ago.
Joe Biden really didn’t seem to want to visit Wisconsin. Just two weeks ago, his campaign decided that it was simply too dangerous to accept the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in Milwaukee. If it were up to Biden, he wouldn’t have visited Kenosha and might not have even left his basement.
He went because he felt that he had to.
Two days after President Trump made a mostly well-received stop in which he met with local law-enforcement officers and business owners affected by this month’s riots, the Biden campaign was left with no choice. He needed to visit or risk conceding the law-and-order issue in what may well be this November’s most crucial battleground state.