Former President Obama Bashes Trump's Response to Pandemic at Florida Drive-In Rally

Daniel Fowler
October 25, 2020

Among those who said they would not accept a Trump win, 22 percent said they would take action to challenge the result.

"President Trump has accomplished more in 47 months than Joe Biden has in 47 years of failure", Murtaugh added. His deputy campaign manager defended him for this, telling NBC's "Meet the Press", that "we are campaigning incredibly hard".

With 10 days to go in the campaign, about 54.2 million Americans have already cast early ballots, a pace that could lead to the highest voter turnout in more than a century, according to data from the US Elections Project.

Former president Barack Obama will campaign in Florida, making his second appearance on behalf of his former vice-president after a stop in Pennsylvania on Wednesday. "He can't even take the basic steps to protect himself", Obama said, referring to Trump's hospitalisation for Covid-19 three weeks ago.

Mr Biden said Mr Trump had given up on containing the virus, while Mr Trump accused his rival of overstating the health crisis to scare Americans into voting for him.

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Trump told supporters in North Carolina, "This election is a choice between a Trump super-recovery and a Biden depression".

Alec Baldwin and Jim Carrey have at least one more episode to goof around on "Saturday Night Live" before the 2020 election, spoofing last week's final debate as we enter the home stretch. "You're asking us to learn how to die with it".

The 59-year-old former President of the United States spoke out against the current administration at a drive-in rally for former vice president Joe Biden at the Florida International University campus in Biscayne, Fla on Saturday (October 24). Check out FiveThirtyEight's guide to voting during the COVID-19 pandemic here.

Ahead of the November 3 election - and with more than 57 million Americans having cast early votes - both campaigns are scrambling to make their closing arguments and win over the few still undecided voters.

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He again said America was turning the corner in the fight against Covid-19 and mocked Biden's more cautious campaigning style. Long lines formed before polls opened across New York City and Long Island, videos on social media showed.

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