The Trump-Biden campaign took a controversial step as President Falls fell ill


Joe Biden and Donald Trump are facing the challenge of finding the right tone for their campaigns as President Remains is hospitalized’ with COVID 19 a month before the November 3 election.


The Trump-Biden campaign took a controversial step as President Falls fell ill


Due to Trump's illness, every candidate now enters the last part of the campaign to adjust the messages that became notes. For Biden, that means being more careful in tackling his ailing rival's epidemic, which cost 200,000 lives and millions of jobs. For Trump, it translates to acknowledging the threat of the virus, which he has repeatedly claimed will eventually be eradicated’.

The former vice president took the first step. After a negative test for the corona virus early Friday, he continued with a planned stop in Michigan while Trump was resting at the White House. Voters with an on-screen photo of Trump visiting a Trump hospital on Friday were selling their economic plans to union workers in a key left-wing arena.

Nevertheless, Biden extended his remarks with good wishes and prayers for Trump and his wife, Melania, before following the guidelines of scientists to reduce the spread of the epidemic.

Trump had regular diggers to sell Biden's virus in the wrong way, which also brought down a strong economy, and his usual remarks were that Trump's policies directly led to death and unemployment.

"We need to do better to deal with this epidemic," Biden said Friday. "It's not a matter of politics," he said. "It's a bad reminder to all of us that we should take this virus seriously. It's not going away.

It is unclear whether Trump's infection will fundamentally change the race. For months, Biden has held a permanent lead over the president in national elections and only a small part of the constituency is independent. Most immediately, the test results will exclude Trump and those close to him from the campaign, as his team has canceled future events. According to the campaign, Vice President Mike Pence will still host the event.

Trump's re-election campaign had a different message issue, with campaign manager Bill Stephen testing positive for Cowade-19. After seven months of minimizing, masking, or socializing the virus, and promising to "magically end" the disease, the White House itself was about to spread it. Trump's trusted aide Omid Hooks fell ill on Wednesday and was tested and diagnosed late Thursday.

And when Biden spent the first month of the intermittent campaign at home, mocking Trump for being "hidden in his basement," Trump was now’ closed, failing to hold signature rallies that would have him. Connect with your loyal supporters. .

According to four people familiar with the situation, the mood in both the White House and the campaign was bleak, with Biden saying he could not return politically after months of national and state elections.

An aide privately expressed frustration that Trump did not quarantine Hux as soon as he was’ diagnosed. Instead, Trump held a fundraiser at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, angering one of his top donors.

Dan Eberhart, who donated $100,000to Trump's re-election in June, said in a phone interview on Friday that the president is "reckless" and has very few future fundraisers. Endanger Eberhart, chief executive officer of Canary Drilling Services LLC, said Trump should have sent a surrogate instead.

Republican strategist Doug Heye said Biden was right-wing in response to Trump's assessment.

"There's a lot of negativity out there," he said. "Biden is careful to stay out of the fray."

The sudden change also raises the question of whether Trump and Biden will join the next debate, which is scheduled’ for October 15 in Miami. Public health guidelines suggest that people contracting the coronavirus should be isolated for at least 14 days, and Trump was diagnosed 12 days before the next face-to-face.

Trump was flown’ to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday afternoon, where he is expected to stay for a few days. Trump's assessment also comes as he mocks Biden during a debate over wearing a mask, saying: "I don't wear a mask like him. Every time you look at him, he's got a mask. He could speak 200 feet away, and he shows up with the largest mask ever.

Trump's positive test result could not have come at a bad time for his campaign. Not only is the election a setback, Trump is struggling to raise money, and the New York Times reported on Sunday that he paid only 750 federal taxes in 2016 and 2017. Chaos and provocative debate on Tuesday night, in which Trump repeatedly intervened with Biden. And moderator Chris Wallace was widely seen as a disaster for the president.

Until Labor Day, Biden kept a very limited public schedule, holding only small, socially distant events in Delaware or Pennsylvania, and unless speaking from afar, the former vice president always wore a mask. Is worn His campaign formed the Public Health Advisory Board, headed by David Kessler, former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, and Vivek Murthy, former surgeon general.

And now, after a confrontation with the president, Biden may not be out of the woods. Its negative Covid 19 test is not final, as health experts say it could take days to test for the virus if it actually contracted it.

The Democratic nominee will not have to travel again until Monday, when he will campaign in Miami and attend the town hall hosted by NBC News. Over the weekend, he plans to travel to Arizona to campaign with his running mate, Kamala Harris, after participating in the vice president's debate on Wednesday night.


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