Vice President Joe Biden holds rally in Parma

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CLEVELAND- Vice President Joe Biden spoke at the UAW union hall in Parma on Thursday evening.

He talked about how Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was not an accurate representation of America.

Earlier in the day,  he spoke in Warren and said Trump is irresponsible and shouldn't be given access to the United States' nuclear codes.

Biden spoke to about 250 people at a United Auto Workers union hall near Youngstown , an area where Trump showed considerable strength during the Republican primary.

It's the second time Biden has campaigned for Clinton.

While Biden repeated throughout the speech that Clinton "gets it" when it comes to the middle class, he largely concentrated on the role of unions in revitalizing the American auto industry. He also talked about his family's struggles growing up and Trump's inability to connect with working-class Americans.

**More on the race for the White House here**

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