President Biden voted early in Delaware on Saturday alongside his granddaughter, first-time voter Natalie Biden.
President Biden exited the motorcade and stopped to speak with a woman voter in a wheelchair outside the polling station near a Westin hotel.
“I love you too,” Biden could be overheared responding to a woman before entering the polling station with his granddaughter Natalie.
Inside, Biden told the polling workers this was his granddaughter’s first time voting, to which everyone applauded. Biden signed on a screen before the polling worker handed him a ballot.
Natalie first peeled off to vote while Biden lingered a bit longer.
The polling worker said, “Joseph Biden now voting” after finishing on the tablet. Another worker corrected her to indicate she should have said, President. Biden replied, “Joe’s good enough for me.”
Biden then entered the voting booth.
After Natalie finished voting, she put a sticker on Biden’s left jacket lapel on his chest. He put one on her shirt and kissed her on the cheek.
As Biden went out of the polling station, he spoke about the attack on Paul Pelosi. “We don’t know for certain, but it looks like this was intended for Nancy,” he said.
“It’s one thing to condemn the violence. But you can’t condemn the violence unless you condemn those people who are arguing that the election is not real,” said Biden.
“The talk has to stop. That’s the problem. That’s the problem…condemn what produces the violence.”
Biden said he is “feeling good” about the 2022 midterms. He touted where he’s gone thus far to campaign citing 36 constituencies he either travelled to or campaigned virtually.
“This is not a referendum,” said Biden. “It’s a fundamental choice between two different people.”
Biden did not hide his disappointment in commenting on Russia pulling out of the grain deal. “They’re always looking for some rationale to do or say anything outrageous,” he said. “There’s no merit to what they’re doing.”
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