Biden bashes Trump at Drexel, Michelle Obama visits La Salle Wednesday

- Vice President Joe Biden had his say at Drexel University, and first lady Michelle Obama is set to stump for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at La Salle on Wednesday.

Biden appeared for National Voter Registration Day.

The Clinton campaign said he would launch a voter-registration drive and urge Pennsylvanians to register to vote, plus focus on Clinton's economic plans.

Biden questioned Trump's "moral center" as a result of the Republican presidential candidate's comments about America's housing collapse.
 
Biden told the rally Trump bragged at Monday night's presidential debate about profiting from the failed housing market.
 
The vice president said Trump "is a guy who said it was good business for him to see the housing market fail." Biden added, "What in the hell is he talking about?"
 
At the debate, Clinton said Trump had rooted for the housing collapse in 2006 because he saw it as a way to go in and make money. Trump responded, "That's called business, by the way."
 
Biden said Trump "brags about gaming the system and bankruptcy."

Then Wednesday, the first lady plans to appear at La Salle University. She’s expected to lay out what's at stake in this election. People can sign up online to attend the noon event before she moves on to the University of Pittsburgh later that afternoon. Click here to register.

Some of the states Clinton’s allies will be visiting -- Pennsylvania, Florida and Ohio -- have voter registration deadlines in early October.

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