Biden says Trump can win because of 'how he plays'

Clay Curtis
October 28, 2020

President Donald Trump assured supporters packed shoulder to shoulder at weekend rallies that "we're rounding the turn" on the coronavirus and mocked challenger Joe Biden for raising alarms about the pandemic, despite surging cases around the country and more positive infections at the White House.

More than 60 million Americans already have cast ballots ahead of the November 3 election, a record-breaking pace that could lead to the highest US voter turnout by percentage in more than a century. At that time, the United States had 223,032 COVID-19 fatalities. "I've never seen an audience like that", he said.

The large number of early voters is a sign of the intense interest in this year's election, as well as concerns about avoiding crowded polling places on Election Day and reducing the risk of exposure to the coronavirus. Biden's unfavorability with males and independents is decrease than Trump's as effectively, standing at 49 % and 48 % respectively.

Last week, during the final presidential debate, Biden referred to the white supremacist group "Proud Boys" as "Poor Boys". The Democratic presidential nominee plans to hit Florida, Iowa and Wisconsin after a pair of stops in Georgia.

Opinion polls show Mr Biden leading Mr Trump nationally, but the race is much closer in the battleground states that will decide the election.

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Personality politics "What happened in 2016 was that rather than engagement on the issues, what we saw was really a triumph spectacle. That's what voting is about, not making things ideal, but making things better", he said.

"He likes to act tough and talk tough".

At least one netizen, however, insisted that the video in question was "doctored".

"What we have observed is that Pennsylvania is really polarized, like this America divided between the Democratic and Republican camps".

Signs point to it being a possibility: former Vice President Joe Biden is now leading Pres. Donald Trump by three points in the Lone Star State, according to the latest poll from the Dallas Morning News and UT Tyler. Biden won most of the key policies poll takers were asked about, with 57% saying Biden would have dealt with the coronavirus pandemic better, while 41% said Trump did a better job than Biden would have done in theory.

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