US News Donald Trump, in difficulty, continues his marathon campaign
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© REUTERS Ignoring the warnings about the risk of contagion, Donald Trump found the Office on Wednesday, October 7 oval of the White House. In an unbridled video posted on Twitter on Wednesday, the US President, just back in the Oval Office, praised the experimental treatment he received and claimed that catching Covid-19 was "a blessing from God" .
Donald Trump continues his campaign at a frantic pace, with multiple trips across the country on Saturday, to mobilize his troops and catch up on his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, 17 days before the US presidential election.
The 74-year-old billionaire travels in the afternoon to Michigan then Wisconsin, two traditionally democratic states that he won in 2016, before joining Las Vegas in the evening for a tour in the West of the country from Sunday.
Faced with polls that give him beaten, a coronavirus pandemic that has exceeded 8 million positive cases in the United States, and the doubts that arise in his own camp, the host of the White House "puts everything" to catch up, assured his spokesperson, Kayleigh McEnany on Saturday.
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© Erin Scott / Reuters Donald Trump in the White House, after his release from hospital on October 5. Two days after his triumphant discharge from hospital on October 6, Donald Trump is in an iron state. A flash cure from Covid-19 that the US president attributes to Regeneron. An expensive and experimental treatment that he says he wants to "offer" to Americans.
"The president's strategy is to work for the voices of the American people. That is why he will be in two states today. hui and that he will do two meetings tomorrow, and two more in Arizona on Monday, "she assured Fox News.
As in 2016, Donald Trump carried out an intense field campaign with several trips per day. He traveled to Georgia and Florida on Friday, two states he can hardly afford to lose if he is to win against Joe Biden on November 3.
To mobilize his followers, he announced, despite the polls, "a red wave of unprecedented magnitude", in reference to the color of the Republicans. "On election day (...), we will inflict a resounding defeat on Joe the Sleeper," he thundered in front of an enthusiastic crowd in Florida.
In full recovery, Donald Trump plans to organize a meeting in Florida
© NICHOLAS KAMM / AFP Donald Trump, on his return to the White House after his hospitalization, on October 5, 2020. A few days after leaving the hospital where he was being treated for his coronavirus infection, Donald Trump said Thursday that he was planning to participate in a campaign rally on Saturday in Florida, a key state for the November 3 presidential election.
On Saturday, the contrast was stark with the campaign of Joe Biden, which had nothing on his official program, the Democratic candidate remaining in his stronghold of Wilmingon, in Delaware, before leaving on Sunday for North Carolina, another key state.
- "Lies" and "diversions" -
Friday, the former vice-president went to Michigan, which he intends to return to the Democratic camp.
"All President Trump has to offer the people of Michigan is lies and diversions - no plan to control the virus, no strategy to get our economy out of this recession, and no vision to unify our country, "tackled Joe Biden, a few hours before his rival's visit to the state.
The veteran of politics leads nine percentage points in the national average of opinion polls. But above all, although with a narrower margin, in key states which can switch from one party to another at each election.
Donald Trump: White House refuses to prove a negative corona test
US President Trump appears again in public a week after his stay in the clinic and wants to campaign next week. However, there is no certainty as to whether it is now testing negative for the corona virus. © TOM BRENNER / REUTERS According to his personal doctor, US President Donald Trump is no longer contagious after his Covid 19 disease.
Like Pennsylvania, won by a short header by Donald Trump in 2016, where Barack Obama will participate Wednesday in his first campaign event on the ground in Philadelphia.
But the race is much closer than what the polls show, warned campaign leader Jen O'Malley Dillon this week, based on internal polls.
White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany also denounced Saturday polls "very inflated", "designed to shape public opinion rather than gauge it".
Still, several Republican officials are openly worried about a large Democratic victory on November 3.
Nebraska's elected Ben Sasse this week called Mr. Trump a "mediocre" leader, in a recording revealed to the media. He said he feared a "Senate bloodbath for Republicans", who currently control the upper house of Congress.
His statements stoked the anger of the president, who on Saturday described the senator on Twitter as "a drag on the Republican Party" and "shame for the great state of Nebraska".
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Back at the White House, Donald Trump is wrathful of doctors .
After spending three days in hospital due to a coronavirus infection, the US president voluntarily took off his mask on his return at the White House this Monday. An attitude strongly criticized by scientists, while the cases around Donald Trump are multiplying. © Pool / ABACA Donald Trump at the balcony of the White House, Monday, October 5. Twenty-nine days before the presidential election, Donald Trump did not skimp on the staging for his return Monday evening to his official residence.