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Vice President Joe Biden makes speech in Las Vegas

Joe Biden visiting Reno for campaign event
Posted at 1:05 PM, Oct 25, 2016

UPDATE ON OCT. 29: With 10 days left in the campaign, Vice President Joe Biden visited the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters on Oct. 29 to stump for Hillary Clinton and Catherine Cortez-Masto.

In front of a crowd of about 780 people, Biden bashed Trump and his abuse of power.

"I don't have to make any of this up... saying that because I am famous .. I can grope ... He has made the campaign so crude," Biden said.
Biden then went on to praise Clinton's commitment to education and her economic accountability.
"Everything she calls for she pays for," Biden said.
Biden also commended Cortez Masto for not settling with the big banks.
"She got for this state $2 billion dollars more than you would have gotten otherwise," Biden said,
Biden also urged Nevadans to get out and early vote.
He also vocalized the importance of a democratic senate to support Hillary Clinton.

UPDATE: Interstate 15 was briefly shut down Friday night as Vice President Joe Biden arrived in Las Vegas, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.

Vice President Joe Biden will be visiting Reno and Las Vegas on Oct. 29 to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Biden will lay out the stakes of November's election for Nevada families, and highlight Clinton's policies on strengthening the economy. He will also encourage supporters to vote early before Nov. 4.
The Las Vegas rally will be held at the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters, located at 4245 West Sunset Road. Doors open at 9:00 a.m.
The Reno rally will be held at Wooster High School on the same day. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.