VP Biden and Vice President Joe Biden will rally on Monday in Washington, D.C., according to sources.
The vice president will hold his rally at 9 a.m.
ET and the vice presidential candidate will hold their rally at 1 p.m., sources told Axios.
The VP and vice presidential candidates will be joined by a host of speakers, including U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, former Alaska Gov.
Sarah Palin, New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Biden and Biden are both scheduled to hold press conferences following their rallies, sources told the publication.
Watch Biden and VP Biden rallies on Sunday: Biden’s Rally: 9 a,m.
VP Biden will hold a rally at the U..
S Capitol on Monday, the first Vice President Biden rally since his inauguration in January.
Biden will deliver remarks and introduce a video of a former Marine Corps fighter pilot who gave his life to save others from being trapped in the burning World Trade Center in 1993.
The video will be played at the rally.
Biden has a large following in the West Wing and on Capitol Hill.
Pence’s Rally at the Capitol: 9:30 a.
(NBC) VP Pence will hold an event at the Pennsylvania Capitol Building on Monday.
Pence will address a group of House members, including Rep. Kevin McCarthy, and will deliver a video that will be aired on CNN and the BBC.
Pence is expected to announce that the administration will award $1 billion in new grants for states to create jobs, increase economic growth and create more jobs, as well as provide additional funding to education, transportation and other infrastructure projects.
Pence and his staff are expected to speak about their plans to enact new gun laws, which were previously stalled by Democrats.
Pence has previously spoken about his plans to create 500,000 jobs and help rebuild the nation’s infrastructure.
VP Pence’s rally on Saturday: 9 p.
(ABC News) VP Biden’s rally will take place at 9 p., according the sources, who added that Biden will address the group.
Biden’s announcement will be broadcast live on CNN.
Biden, who served as a senator from Delaware, is the most recent president to announce a rally before a presidential inauguration.
President Barack Obama and Vice Presidents Joe Biden and Joe Biden speak during a White House ceremony in 2015.
(Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Pence and Biden will not be the only vice presidents at the White House, though.
Vice President Mike Pence will also hold a press conference at the Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday and is expected, sources tell Axios, to address a small group of veterans, according to the source.
VP Mike Pence’s press conference will begin at 9:45 a.M.
ET on Monday as the first Biden event since his swearing in.