At a rally in Muskegon, Michigan on Saturday local time, Mr. Trump focused on issues of the Culture War and told a large cheering crowd that the Democrats wanted to “erase American history, purify American values and destroy the American way of life.”
And he stepped up his escalating attempt to label Mr. Biden corrupt, pushing for the same conspiracy theory that led to his impeachment last year, as well as a new, grim report in the New York Post alleging evidence of corruption the former Vice President revealed son Hunter.
“Joe Biden is a corrupt politician and the Biden family is a criminal company,” Trump said to more applause.
“He’s a criminal, he has committed crimes,” he said. “It’s a national security risk.”
Mr Trump, who was charged with alleged abuse of office to find dirt on Mr Biden and later acquitted, had the campaign to himself just 17 days before the election.
He flew on to Wisconsin, a state where a resurgent US coronavirus was spread, where he told cheering supporters in Janesville, “I did this for us, not me, believe me.”
Mr Trump finished the day in Las Vegas, Nevada and will hold another rally in Carson City the next day.
“President Trump’s strategy is to work to get the American people to vote,” spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany told Fox News.
“So he’s going to be in two states today, he’s going to have two rallies tomorrow, two more on Monday in Arizona, and he’s going all-in.”
Mr Biden, who ran a noticeably reluctant campaign yet leads a number of polls, stayed home in Delaware with no public events. He was supposed to be camping in North Carolina on Sunday.
The incumbent Republican, who was just released from hospital two weeks ago after contracting COVID-19, plans to keep the pace going during the final phase of the campaign with rallies almost daily in hopes of his hardcore base will change in large numbers.
The enthusiasm was evident on Saturday. The crowd shouted “We love you” and, with Mr. Trump’s encouragement, sang “lock them up” in reference to Michigan’s Democratic governor – the latest target of a right-wing kidnapping act.
After 90 minutes, Mr. Trump closed and stayed on stage briefly to dance to the sounds of Village People’s ‘YMCA’.
Noticeably absent from his speech was any real discussion of the coronavirus, which has killed nearly 219,000 Americans with more than eight million infected and is spreading again at rates not seen in months.
Polls show that an overwhelming majority disapprove of the president’s unpredictable handling of the pandemic. That has changed from the record speed for a vaccine to the president’s constant claims that coronavirus poses a low risk and his repeated downplaying of the need to wear masks.
A protester wears a 2020 Joe Biden face mask as she takes part in a women’s march in New York.
Mr Biden has made this recording the center of his campaign, pledging to bring what he believes more sober, less politicized leadership into the national crisis.
On Saturday, he made a statement saying, “President Trump knowingly downplays the severity of the virus.”
“He was practically panicking every step of the way and trying to wish it away instead of doing the hard work to get it under control,” he said.
Can the President catch up?
Mr. Trump likes to say that his overcrowded rallies are evidence of strength that is not reflected in “bogus” polls. He also points out that few believed he could beat the seemingly solid front runner Hillary Clinton in 2016.
But aside from storming the country hoping his new urge to tarnish Mr Biden continues, he has little leverage in changing the dynamics of a race that has shown consistent benefits for the Democrat for weeks.
One chance will be the final televised debate between the candidates on Thursday. However, more than 21 million Americans have already cast ballots in an unprecedented early vote, meaning the election is already being decided.
And while Mr Biden is running a much quieter campaign, there was evidence of popular vigor on the Democratic side on Saturday as thousands of people in Washington and other cities opposed the swift confirmation of Mr Trump’s recent Conservative election for the Supreme Court, Amy Coney, Barrett protested by the Republicans.
Some Republicans, including Trump’s ally Senator Ted Cruz, have warned of a major defeat on November 3rd.
But Mr Biden’s campaign manager, Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, said in a memo reported by the New York Times on Saturday that the race is much closer than many believe.
“This race is a lot closer than some of the experts we see on Twitter and on TV suggest,” she wrote, the Times reported. “In the main battlefield states where this election will be decided, we will stay the same as Donald Trump.”
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