Biden: No decision made on holding DNC in Milwaukee yet

Former Vice President Joe Biden laid out what a virtual Democratic National Convention could look like -- with questions looming over whether the August event will be an in-person convention.

Biden has said it may need to be a virtual DNC, but said Tuesday the fate of the convention remains undecided.

City and state leaders pushed hard to host the DNC. Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett on Friday, May 22 compared it to competing in an NBA season and winning, but with the coronavirus pandemic raising big questions -- some are saying Milwaukee leaders should push to have the DNC in Milwaukee in 2024.

"Well, if I have anything to do with it, hopefully you're not going to need a rain check, but look, it's going to depend on the status of the situation of the time, and it's going to, it's hard to look several months into the future, but the top priority is going to be evaluating the situation, the health of the people of your state," said Biden. "You know, any decision needs to be led by scientists, public health officials. No decision has been made yet, that I'm aware of, anyway."

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