The skipping journey Of Donald Trump arrived in Arizona tonight (Wednesday), where the president will hold two mass election rallies. Although Arizona has not supported a Democratic candidate since 1996, polls now call it a very close battle between Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, who even leads him by a small margin. Biden himself, meanwhile, remained near his home in Delaware, where he voted with his wife. Biden joined the nearly 74 million Americans who had already exercised their democratic right, six days before the election.
At his first rally tonight, in Boulder City, the president once again predicted a “red wave” on Election Day, despite polls lagging behind Biden. He claimed that Latinos, who make up a significant portion of the country’s population, would vote for him en masse, as well as blacks and women.
“Over the past four years, I have provided the American Hispanics with a message that they have not heard from for a long time,” said Trump, who took pride in his struggle to keep American neighborhoods “safe” and help small Hispanic-owned businesses. Polls, it should be noted, show that a large majority of Latinos and blacks support the Democratic candidate, although that majority is slightly smaller than what Hillary Clinton enjoyed four years ago.
The city of Bullhead City is located right on the Arizona border with Nevada, and it is estimated that the purpose of the rally there is also to excite voters in the neighboring state, although there polls give Biden a more significant advantage than it has in Arizona. According to the AP news agency, a previous election rally held by Trump in Nevada last month led authorities there to fine the airport that hosted the rally, for violating restrictions on crowds during the Corona era. Trump, who insists the U.S. is beating the virus despite the infection records recorded over the weekend, decided to simply move his rally to the other side of the border between Nevada and Arizona.
Democrats are also fighting for the two states, and Biden’s deputy, Camela Harris, arrived in Nevada yesterday to prevent her “leakage” to the Republican side, and today she will arrive in Arizona. She will meet there with Latin businesswomen and black leaders, and speak at the event with singer Alicia Keys.
Biden remained as stated in Delaware, and voted in the city in his hometown of Wilmington along with his wife Jill. President Trump also voted earlier this year in Florida. According to the United States Elections Project, which tracks early voting data – both by mail and at the polls – to date, about 73,889,000 Americans in the U.S. have already cast more than 53 percent of all votes counted in the 2016 election. Many, mostly Democrats, stick to Corona in the long queues at election day, but the U.S. estimates that the turnout this year will in any case be the highest in about a hundred years.
Before voting tonight, Biden once again attacked Trump for the way he is managing the corona crisis. After receiving a virtual briefing at his home from health experts about the plague situation in the U.S., Biden delivered a stern speech in which he assured American voters that if elected, he would not give them “false promises” of ending the plague at the push of a button. “I can assure you. “We will work from day one to fix things,” he added.
“We can not afford another four years of a president who, instead of fighting the virus, attacks doctors,” Biden said – adding angrily: “I just do not understand this guy!” Biden made the remarks in the wake of Trump’s criticism of health experts in his administration, such as Dr. Anthony Pauchi, whom he called an idiot and said Americans were tired of hearing from him.
At the same time, a recording from April was unveiled tonight, in which the president’s and son-in-law’s senior adviser, Jared Kushner, was heard saying that Trump is “taking back control of the country” and “taking it out of the hands of doctors.” The recording in which Kushner spoke to renowned journalist Bob Woodward was released today by CNN. At that time, it will be recalled, Trump began pushing for a swift opening of the closures imposed by some U.S. states during the first wave.
A large majority of Americans, it will be recalled, believe Trump has failed to address the Corona crisis, which is one of the reasons the president is now lagging behind in national polls after Biden, though in key country polls – which electors will decide the election – polls suggest a smaller advantage for Biden. Two polls show today that Bayden has a handsome 8% lead in Michigan, a state that Trump defeated by a narrow margin of 0.2% in 2016.
Biden continues to lead in Wisconsin as well, which is now experiencing a significant outbreak of the virus. A poll published tonight by the Washington Post and the ABC network gives a huge 17% gap to Biden. It should be noted that the average of the polls there gives Biden an advantage of 8.4%, although that too is a pretty good advantage for him. Biden also received good news tonight from Georgia, a country where a Democratic presidential candidate has not won since 1992, but now polls there point to a very close battle. Biden visited there only yesterday, and tonight a poll by the University of Monmouth was published (a poll considered to be of the highest quality), which gives Biden a 5% advantage over Trump in Georgia.
The president also came under fire tonight following testimonies now published from the chaos that took place at a rally last night in Nebraska. At the end of the rally at Omaha City Airport, after Trump took off on an Air Force 1 plane, thousands of his supporters had to wait long hours in freezing cold as the buses that were supposed to drive them back to their vehicles got stuck in traffic jams. Hundreds of rally participants eventually wandered several miles on foot, and in the dark. According to local police, seven or six people were evacuated to the hospital.
Biden tonight attacked the president for himself leaving the rally while his supporters were left alone to deal with the freezing cold. “This is a picture that shows all of President Trump’s approach to the crisis (the Corona). He is scattering big announcements, but not implementing them,” Biden said. “He gets his picture and goes out. He leaves everyone to deal with the consequences of his failure to devise a responsible plan.”
Trump’s campaign said tonight that due to the size of the crowd at a rally in Omaha, they organized 40 buses to transport participants, instead of 15 at other rallies. The campaign’s deputy spokeswoman, Samantha Zeiger, claimed that roadblocks in the area were what caused the heavy traffic jams that prevented buses from taking the president’s supporters to their cars. Zeiger said campaigners distributed tents, ovens, generators and even hot chocolate to participants waiting in the cold. “We always strive to provide the best experience at our events, and their safety is important to us,” she added.
Trump, too, by the way, addressed the freezing cold at a rally last night in Omaha. “I’m standing here frozen,” he told his supporters who cheered him on. “I ask you one small favor: go to hell to vote.” He repeatedly spoke of the “red wave” he claimed was expected on Election Day, despite polls he claimed were untrue and aimed at depressing the minds of Republicans.
Another major issue that is currently receiving the attention of presidential candidates is The riots that erupted in Philadelphia, Following the shooting of police officers at a young black man who refused to lay down a knife. Dozens of rioters were arrested, including on suspicion of looting, and dozens of policemen were injured. Tonight the authorities there announced a night curfew, after a second night of riots.
Trump, who promotes “law and order” policies, said tonight at a rally in Arizona that he had offered city authorities assistance from federal forces, who he said could end the riots in “ten minutes.” He said the Democrats who control the city and Pennsylvania where it is located, a key state that is also important in the election, have rejected his proposal. Biden also addressed the riots in the city tonight, and condemned the violence. He said there was no reason for looting and violence, but he stressed that the reason the protesters took to the streets – to protest police violence and institutionalized racism – was “completely justified.”
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