Trump targets Michigan in campaign push

Yolanda Curtis
October 18, 2020

Maybe I'll have to leave the country?

President Donald Trump will take his re-election push to MI and Wisconsin on Saturday before launching a tour of western states to shore up political support as he trails Democratic rival Joe Biden in national polls.

Trailing in the polls and at a significant cash deficit compared with Biden, Trump attempted to argue that he was opting against raising more money as he enters the final stretch of the election.

"No, I'm just listening to him (Trump)", he said.

However the ballot of 1,009 possible voters noticed Biden's assist slip by simply over 2 proportion factors since Monday - and located a rise of slightly below 1 p.c for the incumbent.

"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", Dillon reportedly wrote.

He told the crowd, "When I'm president I'll take care of your health coverage the same way I would my own family".

I'm more than disheartened that NBC News chose to give a free forum to President Donald Trump after it was Trump who dropped out of the original presidential debate. "That's tough to beat'". Biden leads by 23 points among suburban women in battleground states, according to recent polling by The New York Times and Siena College.

"Suburban women", he said. "I said they don't care about my personality, they want to be safe". This week, Biden beat Trump in a range of polling averages. "Those are inflated national public polling numbers".

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, Eric Trump will host two 'Make American Great Again!' events - one in Lansing and the other in Willis. "She is so unbelievable".

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