MANCHESTER, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — At a campaign event in Manchester, N.H. Monday night, former Vice President Joe Biden directed his attacks to President Donald Trump.
"Guess who else is in Manchester tonight? Donald Trump," he said. "What a coincidence. Sometimes it feels like he's following me around. He seems very interested in who the nominee in the Democratic party will be. I wonder why he's so interested. I wonder why he's so interested. I'm not sure. I guess I've been the object of his affection for so long now."
Former Vice President Joe Biden in Manchester, N.H. (Karyn Regal/WBZ NewsRadio)
Biden went on to ask the crowd if they're ready to get rid of a president "who calls traumatic brain injury a headache," and "who pins the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Rush Limbaugh?"
Supporters of Biden were enthusiastic for their candidate during the campaign event, including supporter Mac.
"I think he's going to do very well," Mac said. "He's got the ability to pull people together across the aisle, which I don't think any of the other candidates can really match in that regard."
Along with supporters, there were also protesters at the event.
Meanwhile, a large crowd came out for President Trump's rally Monday night at the Southern New Hampshire University arena.
Donald Trump Jr., Senators Lindsey Graham and Rand Paul, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and Rep. Steve Scalise were among those in attendance.
"After years of building up other other countries, we are finally building up our country," President Trump said at the rally.