President Joe Biden is set to make stops in Milwaukee and Pittsburgh on Labor Day to celebrate “the dignity of American workers,” the White House announced Monday.
The White House has not released additional details about the president’s schedule, but in Pittsburgh, the city will hold its annual Labor Day parade, an event Biden attended in both 2015 and 2018, as rumors circulated about his potential plans to run for president.
Milwaukee will also have a Labor Day parade on Monday, followed by Laborfest, an all-day-long festival put on by labor unions and members of the city’s labor council. The large-scale event has been attended by past presidents like Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.
While Biden’s travel plans have been billed as a Labor Day celebration, these stops will also kick off the start of the fall campaign in the final stretch before midterm elections. His recent return to