Less than three weeks before the November general election, President Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will be in trouble in key battlefield states on Friday, making a final appeal to voters on a night in the Great Hall of the voters.
The candidates participated in competing city hall meetings in different cities on different networks on Thursday night: Trump from Miami’s NBC and Biden from Philadelphia’s ABC. The second presidential debate was originally scheduled to take place that night, but Trump withdrew last week when the debate organizers announced that after the president made a positive diagnosis of COVID-19, the forum will be virtual.
Trump was grilled by the NBC News host Savannah Guthrie (Savannah Guthrie) coronavirus pandemic, taxes, white supremacy and QAnon, while Biden faced questions about his expansion of the Supreme Court, funding for police and Questioning the position of prohibiting hydraulic fracturing
Trump will start his day in the vital swing state Flordia (Flordia) campaign. He is scheduled to leave Trump Nation Doral Miami for Fort Myers, where he will make “remarks on protecting the elderly in the United States.” From there, Trump will travel to Ocala, about two hours north of Orlando, to participate in the “Make America Great Again” rally.
Once over, Trump will go to Macon for the second rally in Macon, which is scheduled to start at 7 pm. ET.
RealClearPolitics’ poll average shows that Biden’s lead in Florida is only 1.7 percentage points, and the lead in Georgia is only 0.4 percentage points.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden
The former vice president is traveling through southeastern Michigan, planning to stop at Southfield and Detroit.
Biden’s campaign said the candidate will deliver remarks on protecting and expanding access to health care in Southfield, before heading to Detroit for a “voter mobilization event.”
Biden is leading Trump by more than 7 percentage points in Michigan, according to the RealClearPolitics average.
Mike Pence, Vice President
Penny will travel to North Carolina on Friday for an afternoon rally in Selma. The event starts at 1:30 pm. ET.
The president is on the second day of the president’s visit to North Carolina at an event held in Greenville.
The Biden campaign has not released Harris’ schedule for the day. However, on Thursday the campaign halted her travel through this weekend after two people — a flight crew member and Harris’ communications director — tested positive for the coronavirus.