Trump meets everyday Americans at Chick-fil-A while Biden fine dines with Clintons, billionaires in DC

While former President Trump was out on the campaign trail meeting with everyday Americans at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Georgia on Wednesday, President Biden was fine dining with the Clintons and other prestigious guests at the White House.In Atlanta, Trump met with locals and had unscripted conversations, bought them “the Lord’s chicken” and urged them to support his third bid for the presidency. More than 500 miles away, in Washington, D.C., Biden hosted Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio at a White House State Dinner.Some notable attendees of the dinner included: Bill and Hillary Clinton, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and his fiancee Lauren Sanchez, Apple CEO Tim Cook, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink, actor Robert DeNiro and his girlfriend Tiffany Chen, former president of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards and others.Several of Biden’s family also attended. These included the president’s daughter, Ashley Biden and her husband, Dr. Howard Krein, and Hunter Biden’s daughters, Finnegan Biden and Naomi Biden Neal.TRUMP VISITS ATLANTA CHICK-FIL-A, BUYS CUSTOMERS CHICKEN AND SHAKESSeveral lawmakers and state executives also attended the distinguished dinner, including Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York, Gov. Josh Shapiro of Pennsylvania, Gov. Tony Evers of Wisconsin, and Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina.In contrast, the presumptive Republican nominee joined everyday Americans at a Chick-fil-A- restaurant, where he chatted with staff and treated customers inside the store to chicken and milkshakes.Fox News Digital made repeated attempts to reach out to the Trump and Biden campaigns for a statement but did not immediately receive a response.”Can I have 30 milkshakes and some chicken?” Trump can be heard asking the employees. “We’re going to take care of the customers.”BIDEN, HARRIS ANNOUNCE NEW CAMPAIGN PUSH FOR LGBTQ SUPPORT, CALL MEMBERS ‘A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH’In various videos of the exchange, Trump is seen surrounded and conversing with a group of people. The former president flattered crew members and asked if they were making “a lot of money.””Business is good?” the former president asked, prompting nods from the workers. “Making a lot of money? Getting rich, right? That’s wonderful.”He then took photos with the various customers and asked if everyone was having a good time.”We don’t care what the media says, we support you,” one woman can be heard saying. The former president responded kindly, hugging the woman, who added: “Tell my mom that I made it.”TRUMP COULD HAUL IN MASSIVE AMOUNT OF CAMPAIGN CASH DURING ATLANTA, ORLANDO FUNDRAISING SWING: WHAT TO KNOWTrump also praised the Chick-fil-A brand, saying, “They do very well.” He also joked that he knew the menu better than the employees.Trump then instructed the staff that he was going to hand them out to the customers and take some for his entourage.The videographer then jokingly said, “It’s the Lord’s chicken,” and Trump agreed.”It’s the Lord’s chicken, you’re right,” he said. “It’s good chicken, too.”After his visit to Georgia, Trump is expected to go to Orlando, Florida.The former President and Biden are expected to be certified as their respective party’s official nominees over the summer ahead of their 2020 rematch in November. Fox News’ Greg Wehner contributed to this report.
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