Where is Joe? Biden campaign Tempo in question

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Bryan Llenas reports.

It’s been more than a week since Joe Biden held a public campaign event.

After the Start of his Democratic presidential campaign in late April, former Vice President of the organization of events in all four States that kick off the primary and caucus calendar, as well as stations in California, came out of the gate with a full appointment calendar. And Biden started and closed, the campaign swing, with talk in his native Pennsylvania, which is also a key Federal election battleground state.


But Biden has not held a public campaign event since his big kickoff rally in Philadelphia on may 18. Since then, he’s headlined a top-dollar fundraiser in Nashville, Tenn., and two more in Florida.

And while a few of his rivals are for the year 2020 democratic nomination this holiday stumping weekend, Biden is off the track.

“Joe Biden has planned no public events,” read the release from his campaign.

Biden and his wife, Jill, plan to return in the election campaign, on the Tuesday after Memorial Day, if you team up with the American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten for a town hall in Houston.

And next week, at the 4. June Biden is the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire.


But now he is not to appear later at the California Democratic party Convention, which kicks off on Friday, or the Iowa Democratic party’s Hall of Fame celebration for a week. Both events attract the 2020 Democrats.

Biden will come up with two great charity events in Boston on 5. June, and two more in New York City on June 17, sources close to Biden’s inner circle tell Fox News.


This weekend, the former Vice-President, the schedule was spotlighed from a Washington Post article, headlined s Biden ‘” campaign of limited exposure.”

But in many ways, Biden, the schedule makes sense.

Thanks to his eight years as President, Barack Obama, with Vice President Biden sky-high reputation of any of the other nearly two dozen Democrats running for the White house.

And Biden came out of the gate much stronger than expected, and currently enjoys a large lead over the rest of the field in the latest national and early voting state surveys in the 2020 democratic nomination race.

“Biden does not have, and introduce yourself to the voters. He may be a little more leisurely in comparison to its rivals,” a veteran democratic strategist told Fox News make.

“The former Vice-President, so far, is running a General election style campaign during the primaries, focuses his attention on Donald Trump and hardly any of the other Democratic candidates,” added the strategist, who asked to remain anonymous, free to speak more.

But Terry Shumaker, a New Hampshire-based lawyer and former U.S. Ambassador, Biden secured in his 1988 White house bid, and supported him again, she pushed back against the claims of the former Vice-President, to take it easy on the campaign trail.

“I think he is very stressed, a little bit of the election campaign,” Shumaker. “Many candidates are focusing on Iowa or New Hampshire, because you don’t know, if you do well, your campaigns may be over. But Joe made it clear that he is running a national campaign. He was already in five or six States already.”

While Biden’s come under attack by some of its competitors, including Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, who still always return to the foreground. That may change soon, as Biden on stage with his rivals with the start of the Democratic presidential primary debates, divides begin in four weeks.

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