The former vice president also threatened to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin if his country does not stop attempting to interfere in the 2020 presidential election.
“There will be a price to pay,” Biden said. "And Putin knows – the reason he doesn’t want me as president, he knows me, and he knows I mean it. I don’t mean war. But they’ll pay a price. … There’ll be an economic price.”
In a Wisconsin campaign speech that started before Biden’s town hall ended, Trump jumped between timelines and repeated many of his familiar untruths as he spoke for more than an hour and 35 minutes, one of the longest addresses of his reelection campaign. He bemoaned the loss of his friends since he became president, basked in a chant of “Lock her up,” referring to 2016 opponent Hillary Clinton, and made factually inaccurate claims about Biden, his poll numbers, his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and more.