Biden faces protestors in Minnesota, says 'we need to come together'

Former Vice President Joe Biden faced loud protesters during his drive-in campaign rally in Minnesota but said that he would still represent them if elected, adding "we need to come together."

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JOE BIDEN: These guys are not very polite. But they're like Trump. But look, they're going to be OK. We're going to take care of them as well. We need to come together. We need to fight for all these folks.

We have four days left to get it done. Four days, and millions of Americans are already voting. Millions more will vote by Tuesday. And I believe when you use your power, the power to vote will change the course of this country and the course of history.

Right here in Minnesota, with all of you, in the final days, keep that sense of empowerment. Keep that empowerment with you, that sense of optimism, and what we can overcome.