Weekend Reads Trolling behind Biden, Trump crisscrosses America again

13:35  12 october  2020
13:35  12 october  2020 Source:   challenges.fr

Covid: mocked by Trump for his caution, Biden occupies the field

 Covid: mocked by Trump for his caution, Biden occupies the field © JIM WATSON The Democratic candidate for the White House during a speech after the announcement that Donald Trump tested positive for Covid-19 on the 2nd October 2020 For months, Donald Trump has pinned down Joe Biden's caution in the face of Covid-19. Now that the American president, who tested positive, is confined to the White House, his Democratic rival is taking advantage of being able to campaign alone, one month before the election.

Our American ancestors sailed across the perilous ocean to build a new life on a new continent. They braved the freezing winters, crossed the raging rivers Once again , Biden for President deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield attacked the president’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Russians are still targeting Americans with disinformation, Facebook and Twitter say. Trump compares officers who shoot people to golfers who ‘choke’ and floats baseless ‘dark shadows’ theory about Biden . A Postal Service watchdog found that more than 1 million primary ballots were mailed late.

Donald Trump © Alex Brandon / AP / SIPA Donald Trump Donald Trump begins a round of meetings on Monday, to try to catch up on Joe Biden by presidential election on November 3.

Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa: three key states in three days. Donald Trump starts a marathon of meetings on Monday with the hope of catching up on Joe Biden by the November 3 election.

After declaring himself "immune" to the Covid-19 , the 74-year-old American president, withdrawn for ten days after having tested positive, showed, mockingly in support, his desire to unstitch in the home straight.

For his return to the campaign stands, he should try to galvanize his electoral base by touting his choice of Justice Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court.

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Joe Biden and the Democrats decided to out- troll the troller -in-chief on Thursday. Those remarks will follow a primetime with the likes of UFC boss Dana White, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Ivanka Trump and what already is shaping up to be a barrage of Biden -bashing on the final night

"Absolutely, scout's honor," Baldwin's Trump responded with his fingers crossed . But the arguing continued between the two candidates until Biden had enough and pulled out a remote control to pause Trump . Carrey's Biden then spoke directly to the camera and introduced his new campaign slogan

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"I seem to be immune, for - I don't know - maybe a long time, maybe a short time, maybe for life. No one really knows but I'm immune, "the White House tenant said on Sunday.

Mr. Trump even assured, in an audio message to his supporters on Sunday, that he had been "tested totally negative", an assertion which has not, however, been formalized.

"You have today a president who does not need to hide in his basement like his opponent" Joe Biden, he added.

The question of immunity to Covid-19 remains surrounded by many unknowns: we do not know with precision either the duration of the latter or the degree of protection offered by the antibodies.

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At the end of August, researchers in Hong Kong announced that they had discovered the world's first proven case of re-infection with Covid-19, a few months after recovery.

In a brief statement released, Dr Sean Conley said the US president was "no longer considered to be at risk of transmitting" the virus to other people.

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"Complete and total green light from the doctors of the White House, "Donald Trump tweeted, extrapolating from that mail. "This means that I cannot catch (the virus) and that I cannot transmit it. Good to know !!!".

Shortly after, Twitter added a warning to this tweet, believing it to contain "misleading" information about Covid-19.

"The worst possible leader"

The former New York businessman, who has repeatedly portrayed Joe Biden, 77, as a puppet manipulated by the left wing of his party, also hinted that 'he might be sick.

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Joe Biden was allowed out of his basement Monday, and immediately contributed to yet more plummeting poll numbers by making several gaffes, including declaring that President Trump is Earlier in the day, Biden appeared to threaten Americans with more violence unless they vote for him

Biden 's campaign team acknowledged Trump 's decision to back out by announcing an October 15 town hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with ABC's George Stephanopoulos. Post limit reached. Please try again in a minute. Your comment contains a link, so it can't be published on our site.

"If you look at Joe, he was coughing terribly yesterday (Saturday), then he would grab his mask, then he was coughing .." he said. "I don't know what that means but the press hasn't talked about it much."

Since the announcement on October 1 of Donald and Melania Trump's positive test, Joe Biden's campaign team has been releasing their Covid test results daily, which have been negative so far.

A greater opacity surrounds on the other hand the president of the United States . His medical team stubbornly refuses to say when was his last negative test.

This posture fuels suspicions that he may not have taken a test for several days before he tested positive.

More than 214,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the United States.

"In January, I said President Trump was the worst leader possible to deal with a health crisis," Joe Biden tweeted Sunday night. "The past months have proven this to be true."

The old lion of the Democratic Party is now nearly ten points ahead in the average of national polls and has also consolidated its advantage in voting intentions at the level of the decisive states for the election.

Faced with these worrying figures for his political future, Donald Trump invokes, more than ever, the memory of the surprise of 2016, hammering as if to be better convinced that history will repeat itself. "There is even more ENTHUSIASM this time around than in 2016". he tweeted. "HUGE CROWDS !!!".

Sunday, the president also aroused the discontent of Doctor Anthony Fauci, a well-respected figure in the United States, after the use of his words in a campaign clip of the Trump team on the coronavirus.

"Statements attributed to me without my permission by the Republican Party campaign team were taken out of context from a comment I made several months ago regarding the efforts of federal health authorities." , lamented the famous director of the Institute of Infectious Diseases in a statement sent to CNN.

"These are the words of Dr. Fauci" which appear in this clip, replied Donald Trump on Twitter, adding: "We have done a" phenomenal "job, according to some governors.

(With AFP)

Donald Trump Promises To Attend Next POTUS Debate Despite “Biased Commission”s New Muted Mic Rule – Update .
UPDATE, 6:35 PM: Donald Trump is lashing out at the “biased” Commission on Presidential debates for the newly announced rule changes clearly aim at him, but the incumbent’s campaign insist their guy is still show up on October 22. “President Trump is committed to debating Joe Biden regardless of last minute rule changes from the biased commission in their latest attempt to provide advantage to their favored candidate,” said a statement from campaign manager Bill Stepien this evening.

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