Election Day 2020 arrives in three weeks and two days. As the presidential race completes its home stretch, the campaign is far from over. These new few weeks ahead are critical and already, Americans are learning more about the candidates seeking office.
Last week, President Trump received some very good news and medical clearances for him to return to the campaign trails in person. For starters, Trump is medically approved for engagements with the general public; secondly, per White House Dr. Sean Conley, the 45th president also poses zero threat of transmitting coronavirus.
This news has given President Trump the green light to continue stumping for his re-election. Therefore, Trump will be spending time in Florida, Pennsylvania, and Iowa this week, confirms Fox News.
Taking the Trump Campaign to Battleground States
Battleground states will play an essential role in the 2020 presidential election. History has shown that Trump’s rallies tend to do well and garner massive support. Therefore, Trump’s time in Florida, Iowa, and Pennsylvania will be spent communicating with voters and letting them know why they should vote for him.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@PressSec) October 11, 2020
At this time, President Trump already has an advantage in battleground states. Recent polls have shown the president leading Biden in places like Florida and Arizona. Vice President Mike Pence campaigned in Arizona last week and first daughter Ivanka Trump will visit the Grand Canyon State today as well.
The Trump campaign, in the wake of the president’s upcoming travels, continues to bring attention to medical documentation that clears travel and gatherings. Critics, however, still claim that President Trump will be placing Americans in danger by going across the country.
Focusing on the Issues
This morning, President Trump interviewed with Fox Business. The interview covered a series of essential issues that maintain relevance in this election.
— Team Trump (Text VOTE to 88022) (@TeamTrump) October 11, 2020
Trump discussed reopening the nation, putting an end to lockdowns, providing more COVID-19 stimulus aid, etc. Likewise, the president also warned that Joe Biden’s vow to repeal the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will ensure that American families lose more income to the government.
During a time when many folks are struggling to support themselves, having to pay more in taxes is the last thing that families want.
Will you be in an area that President Trump visits this week? What do you think the final weeks of the 2020 presidential election will look like? Be sure to let us know down below in the comments section.