The other day, Trump and Biden was on the battlefield for the vote

US President Donald Trump will garner support on Monday on four battlefield states, while Democratic rival Joe Biden has focused on Pennsylvania and Ohio on the last day of his long and bitter campaign for the White House.

The other day, Trump and Biden was on the battlefield for the vote


 

Republican Trump-backed Biden in a national referendum ahead of Tuesday's election day. But the race is close enough that Trump could garner 270 votes to determine the winner in the state election college.

 

Trump intends to avoid becoming the first president to lose re-election after fellow Republican George HW. In 1992, Bush will hold meetings in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin , and two Michigan on Monday.

 

He won those states against Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016, but the poll shows Biden threatening to retake them for Democrats.

 

Trump will wrap up his campaign in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the same place where he ended his 2016 presidential election with a rally after midnight on election day.

 

Biden, co-worker Kamala Harris and his wife will spend most of Monday in Pennsylvania and will be divided to target the four corners of the state that have become essential to the former vice president's hopes.

 

Joe Biden will rally members of the Union and members of the African-American community in the Pittsburgh area before joining the evening's drive-in rally in Pittsburgh by singer Lady Gaga.

 

Biden will build a route along the Ohio border, and spend the last days of his campaign in a state that was once considered’ a lock for Trump, who won it in 2016, but where the polls now show a close contest. Has gone

 

Biden summed up the offensive campaign almost exclusively by saying that Trump had won in 2016 and criticized the president's response to the corona virus epidemic, which dominated the final stages of the race. What was?

 

Biden accused Trump of failing to fight the epidemic, which killed more than 230,000 Americans and cost millions of jobs. The poll shows that Americans trust Biden more than Trump to fight the virus.

 

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Biden campaigns in Philadelphia

During a strong swing of five states on Sunday, Trump claimed that he has gained momentum. He promised economic recovery and a delicate delivery of a vaccine to combat the epidemic. The first dose of an effective corona vaccine will likely be available to some high-risk Americans in late December or early January, says Dr. Anthony Fauci, an American pathologist.

 

A 'wonderful thing'

 

Trump once again questioned the integrity of the US election, saying the vote count in which the last election was spread would be a "terrible thing" and suggested that lawyers be involved.

The U.S. has already cast about 60 million miles of ballots that could take days or weeks to count in some states - meaning no winner can be announced in the closing hours of Tuesday night's polls.

 

 

"I don't think it's appropriate that we have to wait long after the election," Trump told reporters. Some states, including Pennsylvania, do not process the ballots until election day, slowing the process.

 

Trump has repeatedly said, without proof, that mail-in votes are fraudulent, although election experts say this is rare in US elections. Mail voting has long been a feature of the US election, and one in four ballots was cast’ in 2016.

 

Democrats have pushed for mail-voting as a safer way to vote in the Coronavirus epidemic, while Trump and Republicans are personally counting turnout on a major election day.

 

"We're leaving overnight with the election. We're going with our lawyers," Trump told reporters without elaborating.

 

Trump has denied Axis' report that he told the suspects he would declare victory on Tuesday night if he appeared to be ahead, even if the outcome of the Electoral College was not clear.

 

"The president will not steal in this election," Biden told reporters when asked about the Exxon report.

 

According to the U.S. Election Project, 92.2 million primary ballots were cast’ in person or by mail in recorded order, representing about 40 percent of eligible voters. As a result of the initial increase, Michael McDonald of the University of Florida, which manages the project, predicts a record turnout rate of 65% of eligible voters, the highest since 1908.

 

A federal judge in Texas will consider Monday whether Houston officials will cast approximately 12 of the 127,000 ballots cast by the drive in the Democratic-leaning area. A Republican lawmaker and others have accused Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins, a Democrat, of contracting the coronavirus.

 

Former President Barack Obama, who has served as Biden's vice president for eight years, will hold a vote-out rally in Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday before concluding his campaign in the evening with a rally in Miami.

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