Biden delivers pizza to Pittsburgh firefighters
The former vice president and Democratic presidential nominee visited Pittsburgh Fire Fighters IAFF Local No. 1 during a campaign stop
By Laura French
PITTSBURGH — Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered pizza to firefighters in Pittsburgh during a campaign stop on Monday.
The Democratic presidential nominee visited Pittsburgh Fire Fighters IAFF Local No. 1 after speaking at the Carnegie Mellon University's Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Insititute, according to WTAE.
The union wrote on Twitter that Biden thanked firefighters and other public safety personnel who worked security for his visit.
"Thank you sir- for the pizza, and the respect & gratitude you give to all working people," the tweet read.
In a WTAE video of the visit, a man can be heard shouting that Pennsylvania will not vote for Biden. According to the Associated Press, the man said he was a retired firefighter.
After speaking in Hazelwood today @JoeBiden stopped to thank the @PghFireFighters and other public safety personnel working security for his visit. Thank you sir- for the pizza, and the respect & gratitude you give to all working people. *video credit: @tylerpager pic.twitter.com/AKrSM89TwV— Pittsburgh Fire Fighters (@PghFireFighters) August 31, 2020
WATCH: Democratic presidential nominee @JoeBiden— WTAE-TV Pittsburgh (@WTAE) August 31, 2020
brought Pittsburgh firefighters pizza from Mineo's after his speech in Hazelwood on Monday. @Mineos_Pizza #Pittsburgh #PittsburghFirefighters #JoeBiden https://t.co/MdB6CWZPzF pic.twitter.com/GzcGVwA6rf