Joe Biden is swaggering into Election Day.
Despite Democratic polling leads across several battleground states, the party has been unable to completely shake the ominous reminders of their last, demoralizing war against President Donald Trump. They are still bracing for a surge of Republican turnout on Tuesday, their nerves fraying with each new image of Trump’s sprawling crowds and new threats of what Trump will do once the polls are closed and the vote-counting starts.
But as the exhausting and surreal march to Nov. 3 comes to an end, Biden’s campaign used Monday to begin doing what’s been impossible for Trump’s opponents to muster in his four years as president: Wrest the media narrative, and ultimately power, from the president.
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