The Indian-American community is playing an active role in participating in the US electoral process. Trump supporters rooted for a Republican candidate for India, emphasizing that it will be better for India. While Indian – American political action committee raised $10mn for the Democratic presidential campaign.
“I am not just running against Biden, I am running against the Corrupt Media, the Big Tech Giants, and the Washington Swamp. It is time to send a message to these wealthy liberal hypocrites by delivering Joe Biden a thundering defeat on November 3.” stated Trump.
Trump and Biden’s attorneys fly to Florida to protect votes
Quite a lot of attorneys and volunteers from the presidential campaigns of the two candidates have been deployed in Florida’s polling stations to ensure that votes for their candidates are respected as people cast ballots early. Fear of the pandemic and violence at polling stations is compounded by Florida’s history of elections which has ended in recounts and even court battles.
Top Intel official says US will ‘impose costs and consequences’ on those behind foreign interference in election, reported by Associated Press (AP).
Obama taints Trump’s record in 2020 campaign trail debut
Obama spoke at a drive-in rally in Philadelphia on behalf of Biden, his former vice president. Obama spoke of his successor’s most pointed critique saying, “He hasn’t shown any interest in doing the work or helping anybody but himself.”
This verbal attack on Donald Trump was launched with less than two weeks to go before the Republican president’s Election Day showdown with Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
Obama urges Black men not to sit out
Former President Barrack Obama made his first appearance in the campaign pitch on Wednesday on behalf of his former vice president Joe Biden. He urged voters in Philadelphia, especially the colored community, to not sit out and risk reelecting President Trump.
“The pandemic would have been tough for any president,” Obama said at an afternoon roundtable with 14 Black men. He asked the group to consider “the degree of incompetence and misinformation, the number of people who might not have died had we just done the basics.”