Trump continues campaign marathon, Biden stays home

Trump continues campaign marathon, Biden stays home
Trump continues campaign marathon, Biden stays home
continues campaign marathon, Biden stays home

D-14. One connects trips at a frantic pace, the other does not move: two weeks before the presidential election, the two candidates are opting, more than ever, for opposite strategies.

Donald Trump travels America. After two campaign meetings Monday in Arizona, the tenant of the White House continues his electoral marathon and flies this Tuesday, October 20 for Pennsylvania. “Things are moving very quickly”, assured Donald Trump on Fox News, affirming that the polls were more and more favorable to him, and that his rival was in the process of “imploding”. Before facing him Thursday in a final decisive debate, Donald Trump further accentuated his personal attacks on the integrity of his opponent. He has been hammering for several weeks, without concrete evidence to support, that the Biden family is a “criminal enterprise”, targeting the affairs of Hunter Biden in Ukraine and China, when his father, Joe, was vice president by Barack Obama (2009-2017).

Joe Biden is staying at home. For the second consecutive day, the former vice-president of Barack Obama, favorite in the polls, has no public event on his agenda. The 77-year-old Democratic White House candidate announced that he would not have a public outing on his schedule on Tuesday, raising questions about his form and electoral strategy in the run-up to the poll. “Joe Biden is still hiding in his basement today,” quipped Donald Trump’s campaign team on Twitter. More discreet in the field, Joe Biden is however more present on American television screens than his rival. In a US presidential campaign that will smash advertising spending records, the former vice-president of Barack Obama will have spent twice as much as the Republican billionaire on television ads, according to data compiled since September 1 by the specialized firm Advertising Analytics .

The polls are tightening. Joe Biden is ahead of the Republican president, 50% to 41%, in the race for the White House, according to a poll released Tuesday by the New York Times and Siena College. This clear lead of 9 percentage points is verified, specifies the opinion poll, on central themes such as the fight against Covid-19 and the maintenance of order, leaving little room for maneuver to Donald Trump to redo his delay. However, according to another IBD / TIPP poll, the gap sharply narrowed between the two septuagenarians, and would be only 2.3 points, with Joe Biden at 48.1% and Donald Trump at 45.8% . Among the explanatory elements put forward by one of the rare institutes to have predicted the billionaire’s victory in 2016, a surge in mobilization of Republican voters who would block behind Donald Trump, Joe Biden struggling to weld Democratic voters still not convinced. by his candidacy.

Barack Obama is launching into “drive-in” mode. It is in “drive-in” mode, in front of supporters in their cars, that Barack Obama will make his first campaign meeting on Wednesday October 21 to support his former right-hand man, Joe Biden, against Donald Trump, at two weeks of the US presidential election. The former Democratic president “will participate in a drive-in car rally” in Philadelphia, in the key state of Pennsylvania, the campaign team of Joe Biden, 77, said on Tuesday. Barack Obama “will encourage the people of Pennsylvania to organize themselves to vote early” before the US presidential election on November 3, the statement added. Donald Trump had won by only a short head in 2016 in this potentially crucial state for victory, where the Democrat appears in the lead in the polls (+3.8 percentage points according to the average of RealClearPolitics).

Melania is healing herself. The First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump gave up accompanying her husband to Pennsylvania on Tuesday, October 20, due to a “persistent cough”. This trip was to be his first appearance in a campaign rally alongside the President of the United States in over a year. Diagnosed positive for Covid-19 at the same time as her husband, on October 1, the First Lady announced in mid-October that she was now negative. “Mrs. Trump continues to feel better every day after recovering from Covid-19, but, with a persistent cough, and as a precaution, she will not be traveling today,” her spokesperson Stephanie Grisham said in a report. brief press release. Melania will also not be present at Thursday night’s debate in Nashville, Tennessee, which will pit Donald Trump against Joe Biden.

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