It is not the first time that the rock icon has endorsed the former vice president. Photo: AFP
American singer Bruce springsteen lent his voice and one of his songs for a propaganda campaign for the Joe biden, in signal of his strong support for the Democratic candidate three days before the presidential elections.
But it’s not the first time that the rock icon endorses the former vice president.
In August, allowed Biden to use the song “The Rising” to accompany a video broadcast on the first day of the Democratic convention.
And also has publicly criticized President Donald Trump, calling it a “threat to our democracy.”
In the campaign ad that is to be broadcast for the first time this Saturday, Springsteen talks about Biden’s working-class roots in Scranton, Pennsylvania, a key state in the election.
Scranton, Pennsylvania. Here success is not given, it is forged with sweat, courage and determination, “says the singer, in a veiled reference to Trump, whose millionaire father gave him a large part of his fortune.
The message, which is to be broadcast on Saturday night during a college football game, ends with an excerpt from the song “My Hometown,” included on what is probably Springsteen’s most famous album, “Born in the USA. ” (1984).
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