Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers told CNN that the time former Vice President Joe Biden spent in Kenosha was “night and day” when compared to President Trump’s visit.
"From what I saw from Vice President Biden, he did a great job in reaching out," Evers said.
Later in the interview, Evers said the people he spoke with need healing.
"I don't think candidate Trump coming to Kenosha and talking about the shooting of Jacob Blake as …choking on a three-foot putt compares to what happened here with Joe Biden and his ability to show empathy to understand the issues going forward. To me, it was night and day,” the governor said.