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Growing Public Support For Unions Helped Push Biden To Picket Line

Growing Public Support For Unions Helped Push Biden To Picket Line

Update: 2023-09-264
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In what is likely a first, the sitting president of the United States joined a picket line. Biden made a brief stop in Michigan wearing a ball cap and quarter-zip to address picketing auto workers through a megaphone. Trump will campaign with auto workers tomorrow.

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Growing Public Support For Unions Helped Push Biden To Picket Line

Growing Public Support For Unions Helped Push Biden To Picket Line