NEWTOWN, Pa. (WPVI) --Vice President Joe Biden brought the campaign trail to Bucks County Community College Friday.
Political analysts say if Hillary Clinton wins Bucks County, she'll win the state, and then the presidency.
After the rally, Action News anchor Jim Gardner talked one-on-one with the vice president.
He asked about the upcoming debate Sunday night, and what Clinton could do better.
Biden acknowledged the Democratic presidential candidate has trouble speaking from the heart.
"She does have trouble doing that, but I know her heart. For example, the closest she came in the debate because when she talks from the heart, well she's playing the woman card. When she was talking about Trump's policies, she said all those people that he laid off, and I think she used the word 'stiffed,' and he said well maybe they didn't do the job.
"She said well I watch my dad leaning over the silk screen doing draperies, guys like that, and I felt like that was a real connection. I mean I feel like people sort of got like 'Oh God, she really, she really gets it.' But you know it's really hard, it's hard for her, and you know guys like me get a pass," said Biden.