In Wilkes-Barre, Pa., recently, President Biden excoriated “MAGA Republicans” who refuse to condemn political violence. In Philadelphia two days later, he said they have pushed American democracy to the brink. And near Pittsburgh, he told union workers that anyone who refuses to accept the outcome of a democratic election is not a patriot.
So began midterm campaign season for Biden, whose three visits to Pennsylvania in a single week reflect how sharply the White House is focused on keeping Democratic control of the Senate, writes The Post’s Marisa Iati. Per our colleague: