Joe and Jill Biden to Hold Car Rally in Georgia Next Week to Mark 100 Days in Office


Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill will hold a campaign style car rally somewhere in the Atlanta, Georgia metro area next Thursday to mark 100 days in office, reported the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday. The rally will be held the day after Biden makes a joint address to Congress Wednesday night.

Biden’s car rallies during the 2020 campaign were noted for sparse attendance and being drowned out by Trump supporters.

Biden’s rally in Toledo, Oh, was drowned out by loud chants of “4 more years” from Trump supporters. #Trump2020LandslideVictory

— Catt (@CattHarmony) October 12, 2020

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The Georgia rally was confirmed by a White House staffer who tweeted the AJC article:

NEWS: @POTUS and @FLOTUS are travelling to 🍑GEORGIA🍑 for a drive-in car rally in the Atlanta area on Thursday, April 29th — the day of President Biden’s 100th day in office >>>

— Ike Hajinazarian (@ikehaji46) April 23, 2021

AJC excerpt:

President Joe Biden is returning to Georgia on Thursday to celebrate his first 100 days in office, marking the moment in a state where Democratic victories allowed him to pursue a far more ambitious legislative agenda.

The president will headline a drive-in rally in metro Atlanta to highlight his administration’s policies since he was sworn into office in January, the White House said. It comes a day after his Wednesday address to a joint session of Congress, his first remarks to both chambers since taking office.

…He is set to be joined by his wife, Jill Biden.

And probably by a few very noisy Trump supporters.

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