Employees at the Apple store at Towson Town Center voted Saturday to organize the company's first U.S. union.

Out of 110 workers who were eligible to vote, 65 voted yes and 33 voted no. The group named its union the Coalition of Organized Retail Employees, and it received assistance and support from the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.Speaking in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, President Joe Biden was asked about the Towson Apple store vote to unionize.

President Biden said: "I'm proud of them. Look, you know, workers have the right to determine what conditions they're going to work or not. I think the thing that everybody kind of misunderstands about unions, they tend to be -- especially in the trades -- the best workers in the world. They go to equivalent of four years of college. They have four years of apprenticeship and they break their neck. They get paid partially while they're going, but they get paid. So, everybody's better off, everybody's better off, including the final product is always better."