Joe Biden and his wife Jill plan to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Thursday, where they will hold a "community meeting" to "bring together Americans to heal and address the challenges we face" before making a local stop in the city, his campaign announced.
Why it matters: The visit will come days after President Trump made a trip to Kenosha against the wishes of Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) to tour damage from the violent protests that erupted after the police shooting of Jacob Blake. Trump spent much of his Tuesday visit defending law enforcement and attacking "left-wing violence."
The big picture: This will be the Democratic nominee's first trip to Wisconsin, a critical swing-state in the 2020 election that Trump won in 2016.
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