Trump targets MI governor Whitmer in re-election campaign push

  • Trump targets MI governor Whitmer in re-election campaign push

Trump targets MI governor Whitmer in re-election campaign push

Trump added, "Maybe I'll have to leave the country?"

US President Donald Trump took his re-election push to MI on Saturday (Oct 17) despite rising coronavirus cases there, part of a swing through states he won in 2016 that polls show are supporting Democratic rival Joe Biden this year.

The former NY businessman prevailed in MI and Wisconsin in 2016 but polls show him running behind Biden, the former vice president, in those states this year.

Said Trump: "I shouldn't joke because you know what?" "I'm not going to feel so good".

"Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie grilled Trump on his pandemic response, as well as asking him to denounce white supremacy.

Biden had already set a fundraising record with $364.5 million in August.

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

After Ginsburg died on September 18, small donors enraged by the idea that she could be replaced by a conservative nominated by Trump donated more than $100 million in one weekend to ActBlue, a platform that raises money for Democratic candidates at the presidential, congressional and local level.

Trump acknowledged his losses in the suburbs, seeming to link his slide to his divisive style.

A number of polls have shown Biden with a healthy lead, but polling averages offer a different picture, Dillon said. "I heard they like my policy but they don't like my personality".

The IBD/TIPP nationwide monitoring ballot, launched Saturday, puts Biden at 50 percent within the head-to-head matchup, with Trump at 43 p.c. "Those are inflated national public polling numbers".

"Americans are sick of the Trump reality show". "She is so unbelievable".