While at his hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania on Wednesday, former vice president and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden attacked President Trump for being out of touch, and claimed that his administration has "no idea" about the struggles of the working class.

"This administration has no idea what hard-working, decent, ordinary Americans are going through," Biden said at a campaign rally. "Too many middle-class and working-class folks can't look their kids in the eye any longer and say it's going to be OK and mean it."

Biden also said of Trump that "I think the longest walk his father ever made was to drop off $400 million in his trust account." Trump's father, Fred Trump, was a prominent real estate developer in New York City.

Although President Trump regularly eats McDonald's and has attempted to portray himself as a champion of the common American worker, his life experiences are completely different from the average American. By the time he was 3 years old, Trump was earning $200,000 a year from his father's business empire. Throughout his life, he has received at least $413 million from his dad, despite his claims that his father only gave him a $1 million loan.

Many members of Trump's cabinet are also wealthy. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has an estimated worth of $400 million, while Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross is at $600 million. Education Secretary Betsy Devos is said to be worth $2 billion, as her father was an auto parts magnate and her inlaws are connected to the Amway fortune.

Biden's approach might be a hit if he is the Democratic candidate in the general election. An Oct. 17 poll from CNN showed Biden at 53% to Trump's 43%. Biden hopes he can attract white, working-class voters in states such as Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania, states which helped Trump to victory.