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Politics 69 million clues Trump is nervous about November

02:15  01 july  2020
02:15  01 july  2020 Source:   cnn.com

Barack Obama helps Joe Biden to raise funds and believes in a "big jump" in November

 Barack Obama helps Joe Biden to raise funds and believes in a © via AP Barack Obama during a previous intervention on the Internet on June 3, 2020. The former American president voiced on Tuesday during an online fundraiser for the Democratic White House candidate Joe Biden. He strongly denounced the actions of Donald Trump while showing his optimism for the November election. Barack Obama is increasingly present in the American media.

President Donald Trump is falling further behind Democrat Joe Biden in the race for the White House, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll finds – but the president's Opposition to Trump is by far the biggest factor propelling support for Biden, including among those who are lukewarm to the presumptive

The Trump campaign’s own surveys have also shown an erosion of support, according to four people familiar with the data, as the coronavirus remains the No. 1 issue worrying voters. Polling this early is, of course, not determinative: In 2016 Hillary Clinton also enjoyed a wide advantage in many states well

President Donald Trump and his campaign are digging in for the long haul.

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Faced with a bleak electoral outlook (right now), the Trump campaign is investing big-time in advertising in key states this fall.

The Trump campaign has reserved $69 million in television ads beginning in September through Election Day in seven states: Arizona, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Note that these are key swing states -- and Democratic candidate former Vice President Joe Biden happens to have clear leads in Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, plus leads within the margin of error in Ohio and North Carolina.

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That beat the April peak, when New York was the hotspot, of the high somewhere north of 36,000 new cases in a day. Warren continued about the May 12 session: “But you also said we were going in the right direction.” Fauci responded that the current figures “speak for themselves”.

Trump also won all of these states in 2016.

The ad spend is sizable, but let's not forget the Trump campaign has spent the last three years aggressively fundraising. With such a big war chest, it's not difficult for the "Death Star" to make that kind of investment.

Here's another important detail, courtesy of CNN's Michael Warren and David Wright: In June alone, the Trump campaign spent more than $14 million in seven states Trump won in 2016. According to data compiled by Kantar Media/CMAG, the President's campaign doubled what it had already spent this year on TV and digital ads in Arizona, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. It has also increased spending in three more Trump states: Iowa, Ohio and Texas.

Compare that to Biden, whose fundraising has picked up but hasn't dropped the kind of advertising cash as the Trump campaign (yet). Biden's campaign has spent nearly $4 million on ads across those same seven states Trump won in 2016 -- including more than $2 million in Florida and $500,000 each in Arizona, Texas and North Carolina since the beginning of June.

The Point: This big of an ad buy shows Trump is playing defense rather than offense.

Trump once again describes postal voting as a means of electoral fraud .
Washington. The man seems to be certain: It was not the first time that US President Donald Trump described an expansion of postal voting as a gateway for massive “electoral fraud” - but without providing any concrete evidence. © Evan Vucci Donald Trump at the first campaign event in Tulsa on June 20, 2020. Trump, among other things, would have "foreign countries" print millions of election documents for the congressional and presidential election in November, claimed on Twitter on Monday.

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