In head-to-head town halls, Biden beats Trump in audience

Marco Green
October 18, 2020

Trump made the remarks at a campaign event in Macon, Georgia, on Friday night, The Hill news website reported.

"We cannot become complacent because the very searing truth is that Donald Trump can still win this race, and every indication we have shows that this thing is going to come down to the wire", Biden campaign manager Jennifer O'Malley Dillon wrote in a memo to supporters obtained by the Washington Post. I'm going to fire him.

"The Democrat party you once knew doesn't exist", Trump told voters in Muskegon, Michigan, ahead of a rally in Wisconsin - two states in the Upper Midwest that were instrumental to his 2016 victory but may now be slipping from his grasp.

Biden claimed Trump had failed to condemn far-right groups, despite the president's repeatedly doing so.

According to the latest RealClear Politics polling average, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was now leading Trump in Florida by 1.4 percentage points or 48.2 per cent to 46.8 per cent.

Speaking during his campaign rally in Georgia on Friday, Trump said he won't feel so good losing to "the worst candidate in the history of politics".

While campaigning in 2016, Trump had said that if he lost the Republican nomination for president, he would not remain in the public eye.

Sasse, who is up for reelection this year in the strongly Republican state, went on to criticize the president's handling of the coronavirus and said Trump's family has treated the presidency "like a business opportunity".

Trump added, "Maybe I'll have to leave the country?" Could you imagine if I lose?

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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