President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Iowa on Wednesday as he trying to compensate his time lost on campaign trial during coronavirus infection.
Trump will hold an evening rally at the airport in Des Moines, Iowa in wake of the Presidential election scheduled next month.
According to the U.S. Elections Project at the University of Florida, Americans are casting ballots early at record speed. Around 12 million have already voted. Reuters/Ipsos polling released this week showed Biden widening his lead in the key states of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania – states Trump won in 2016.
According to Reuters news agency, Long lines in Texas and Georgia snaked out of polling places and down sidewalks on Tuesday as people rushed to vote. Early voting starts in three more states on Wednesday – Kansas, Rhode Island, and Tennessee.
The Republican president has returned to the campaign trail on Monday in Florida for the first time after testing negative for the virus.
It should be remembered that US President Donald Trump has been declared no more a coronavirus transmission risk to others.
The White House physician has confirmed that the president no longer needs to isolate.
Trump has earlier appeared for the first time since being hospitalized. He delivered a speech before the people at the White House.
Concerns prevailed that he might be contagious for others after his three-day hospital stay.