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Biden: I 'would consider' going to Wisconsin if it could be done safely amid pandemic

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Joe Biden tells Andrea Mitchell that he "would consider" going to Wisconsin during the unrest in Kenosha if it could be done "safely" amid the pandemic, adding that he does not "want to become part of the problem." He also compared the shooting incident in Kenosha to that of Charlottesville and criticized President Trump for not doing enough to address the issue of white supremacy.