‘Voted for guy named Trump,’ says US President; Biden addresses tipping-point Pennsylvania

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President Donald Trump forged his vote in particular person in his adoptive residence state Florida on Saturday before heading out to deal with three rallies in battleground states, looking for to construct momentum for the ultimate 10 days left of polling ending November 3.

Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee who on Friday promised free Covid-19 vaccines for everybody one time it was accessible, will address two rallies in Pennsylvania, the battleground state that has been described because the tipping-point for the 2020 White House race. He shall be joined by musician Jon Bon Jovi at one in all them.

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“I voted for a guy named Trump,” the president stated jokingly to reporters when requested who he voted for, at an early polling station in West Palm Beach. “We’re going to make three stops today, big ones, big rallies, three big ones … I don’t think there’s ever been anything like this, tremendous spirit.”

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More than 54 million Americans have already forged their ballots both by means of early in-person voting or mail, of an estimated 240 million eligible voters in all.

President Trump’s first rally of the day was in Fayetteville in North Carolina, a battleground state he received in 2016, however where he’s now trailing Biden by a skinny margin of 1.5 proportion factors within the RealClearPolitics common of polls.

His subsequent stops had been Columbus, Ohio and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, additionally states he received in 2016. But he now trails Biden in Wisconsin by 4.6 factors and Ohio, which he received by 8.1% then, he leads just by 0.6 factors.

At his rallies, Trump has sought to construct a momentum utilizing speaking factors from the last presidential debate to play on what he believes are Biden’s vulnerabilities — shifting positions on fossil gas and fracking, as an illustration, and social security funding.

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“That could be one of the biggest mistakes made in presidential debate history,” Trump stated about Biden’s remarks on the debate on transitioning from oil. “The oil industry pollutes, significantly. … It has to be replaced by renewable energy over time,” Biden had stated.

The former vice-president stored his concentrate on his key case in opposition to the president: his dealing with of the Covid-19 epidemic. “Last night, we saw the President of the United States lie to the American people — repeatedly — about the state of this pandemic,” Biden stated in a speech from Wilmington, Delaware, referring to the Thursday night time debate.

After reiterating his criticism of Trump’s response to the epidemic, which has killed greater than 224,000 Americans and manifested almost 8.5 million, Biden spoke at size about his personal plan if elected and it included ramped up producing and availability of testing kits and protecting gear for healthcare skilled, a masks mandate in federal buildings and free vaccines.

“Once we have a safe and effective vaccine, it has to be free to everyone, whether or not you are insured,” he stated, “Let me say that again. This vaccine must be free and freely available for everyone.”

[Attribution HT]

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