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Biden, Mr. Rogers' widow Joanne hold virtual call during Pennsylvania campaign stop

Biden, Mr. Rogers' widow Joanne hold virtual call during Pennsylvania campaign stop

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had a virtual conversation with Joanne Rogers, the widow of the late television legend Mr. Rogers, during his train tour through Pennsylvania on Wednesday night.

Biden spoke to Joanne Rogers on a video call during a brief stop in her late husband’s hometown of Latrobe.

Pittsburgh Steelers legend Franco Harris also participated in the campaign event and video call.

Biden left from Cleveland, where he participated in a heated debate with President Trump just hours earlier.

A television legend, Fred Rogers is best known for his multi-decade run as host of children’s educational series “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” He died at age 74 in 2003 after a bout with cancer.

Source: www.foxnews.com
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