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Trump – Biden failed to cope with the pandemic
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Trump accuses his opponent Joe Biden of failing to cope with the crown pandemic. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is said to have shut down the service to prevent the spread of an article about Joe Biden. All events related to the US election are live.
D.U.S. President Donald Trump, who has fallen in defense, accuses his Democratic rival Joe Biden of failing to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. “Biden will close the country, delay vaccinations and prolong the pandemic,” Trump said Saturday at a major election rally in Muskegon, Michigan.
Although there is an increasing number of infections, his supporters have not complied with the distance requirements. Some wore masks, some did not. Trump himself sees that he is being subjected to massive criticism in connection with the pandemic, which has also affected his popularity. Nationwide, Biden has a clear advantage over Trump in the polls.
Currently, Trump is on tour claiming to have won the 2016 election, but which, according to opinion polls, may now fall to the Democrats. Michigan is one of the states that, according to an analysis of presidential advisers, could play a key role in the November 3 presidential election. Trump also attacked Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, whom he accused of dishonesty. He also downplayed the right-wing extremist conspiracy exposed by the FBI to kidnap Whitmer.
“This is exactly the rhetoric that puts my life, my family and government[Мічыган]under threat, “Whitmer tweeted. In a statement, Biden said all Trump had to offer Michigan residents was more lies and red herring, but had no plans to fight the virus.
The next stop on the incumbent’s campaign is Wisconsin, which Trump also won in 2016 and which now threatens to lose him. On Monday, he is due to go to Arizona, actually a Republican stronghold, but now he could capsize. Biden, who only attended the election campaign in recent weeks because of the pandemic, remained in his state of Delaware on Saturday.