US Election 2020: President Donald Trump and Joe Biden are traveling across the nation on Sunday for preparations for the election.
As per the details, President Trump planned to visit five states whereas Joe Biden spoke at a campaign event in Pennsylvania for the US Election 2020 campaign.
About Trump’s US Election 2020 campaign
President Trump seemed busy in holding rallies in Iowa, Michigan, and North Carolina, as well as in Georgia and Florida.
While speaking in Washington, Mr. Trump told his supporters that under his leadership “the economy is now growing at the fastest rate ever recorded”.
He claimed that he would take the state again as he achieved in 2016. He said that the state is known for its car manufacturing “didn’t have any auto plants four years ago” when he was elected.
“We brought back your car industry. Your car industry was finished. You would have had nothing left,” he said.
During a rally in Dubuque, Iowa, he promised secure borders and more conservative judges in the courts.
On the other hand, he addressed his supporters about coronavirus. He said that they had a choice between a “deadly Biden lockdown” or “a safe vaccine that ends the pandemic”.
About Biden’s US Election 2020 campaign
On the other hand, Democrat Joe Biden went to Pennsylvania for the US Election 2020 campaign, the place of his birth. At a rally in Philadelphia, Mr. Biden addressed the city’s black community, vowing to address
“Systemic racism” in the US and attacking the president’s handling of the pandemic – something which has disproportionately affected African Americans.
“It’s almost criminal the way he’s handled it,” he said. “It’s a mass casualty event in the black community and it’s totally unnecessary.”
Earlier on the same day, Mr. Biden also talked to Latino voters with a tweet in Spanish. He spoke of the separation of migrant families at the border and his response to Hurricane Maria after it hit Puerto Rico.
“President Trump has attacked the dignity of Latino families time and again,” the tweet read. “This will end when I am president.”
His campaign said he and his running mate Kamala Harris would “fan-out” to “all four corners” of Pennsylvania on Monday, joined by their partners and the popstars Lady Gaga and John Legend.