Pennsylvania Senate race: Biden tells voters to back Fetterman not GOP’s Dr. Oz because the ‘world is looking’

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President Biden said during the visit to Pennsylvania On Thursday, voters should support Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman on his opposition to Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz, because “the rest of the world is looking forward.”

In an effort to instil urgency on voters for what is expected to be a tight race — which will likely decide a majority of US senators — Biden said the fallout from that race could dramatically change American politics.

Referring to recent comments from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Biden said a Republican majority It will prevent him from sending billions of dollars to Ukraine amid its fight with Russia.

President Joe Biden speaks with Pennsylvania Governor John Fetterman Thursday, October 20, 2022, in the 171st Refueling Suite at Pittsburgh International Airport in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania.
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“They said that if they win, they are not likely to fund or continue to fund Ukraine,” Biden said at a fundraiser in Philadelphia. “These people don’t understand it. It’s much bigger than Ukraine. It’s Eastern Europe. It’s NATO. It’s really dangerous, dangerous and consequential.”

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He added, “The rest of the world is looking at this election, too. Both the good guys and the bad guys are there – to see what happens. We must win. John must win.”

The president’s visit comes amid a heated race in Pennsylvania that has given voters a choice between the current deputy governor and a Republican and a pro-Trump politician.

earlier this year, Former President Donald Trump He endorsed Oz’s candidacy during the state’s Republican primary. The endorsement also helped narrow Oz’s 10-point deficit to just under three, within the margin of error for most polls.

Biden also criticized Oz, calling him an “excellent example” of a pro-Trump lawmaker, whom the president calls a “Republican maga.”

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The tight race between the two candidates saw criticism such as Oz targeting Fetterman’s health after suffering a stroke during the Democratic primary. In response, the Fetterman campaign has consistently claimed that Oz from New Jersey, Not the country he’s running for.

“Sometimes I’ll miss a word or sometimes put two words together,” Fetterman said. “Dr. Oz never lets me forget I had a stroke. In January, I’ll feel much better. But Dr. Oz will still be a crook.”

Fetterman and his wife Giselle, Join Biden During a tour of Pittsburgh’s Fern Hollow Bridge and later escorted to the Primante Brothers sandwich shop in nearby Moon Town, the president told reporters that Democrats would retain control of the Senate despite many experts predicting otherwise.

“It’s not over until it’s over,” Biden said.

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The Fettermans and Biden then traveled on Air Force One to Philadelphia, where the president headed another fundraiser.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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