The Bidens continue to play to small crowds.

Jill Biden was in Charlotte, North Carolina on Wednesday, where she spoke to tens of people at the Waterbean Coffee shop.


The former second lady spoke from a music stand without a microphone.

US News reporter Claire Hansen tried to put a positive spin on the meager turnout, claiming it was “standing room only” in the tiny venue:

Biden tweeted about the appearance:

This election is about community,” she wrote.

It’s not the first small “community” she’s addressed.

Fox 10 captured Biden playing to a very small crowd in the all-important state of New Hampshire earlier this month:

Noting Joe is off today, reporter Mike Pache added, “His wife is campaigning at a home with about 10 people in New Hampshire.”

Despite the intimate audience, Biden used a podium in the poorly lit room:

It was a similar scene when Jill was making a last minute appeal in Iowa.

The First Lady wannabe played to a handful of voters at the Blazing Saddle in Des Moines in January:

Speaking from a podium positioned next to a pool table, Biden warned the tiny audience that President Trump would be visiting the following day.

“He ain’t coming here,” a man responded, prompting a smattering of laughs from the small gathering.

She claimed Trump would “brag” about “packing the courts with judges” as the door behind her opened and locals arrived for a drink.

“He’ll mock and deride people who believe in equality,” she read from her speech.

“This is my first time at a gay bar!” she exclaimed at the beginning of her appearance.