WASHINGTON – U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday unveiled his final, two-day campaign to fight in the 2020 election with the aim of contesting the vote and victory from Democrat Joe Biden.
Faced with what appears to be a narrow process of re-election, Trump has to stand in a position that could be considered important in deciding whether to stay in the White House for another four years or be the first president since George H.W. Bush in 1992 failed to try to get a second term.
Biden, who made Trump’s response to the coronavirus epidemic a total of his nominations, will campaign Sunday in Pennsylvania, a country that can decide exactly who will win the election.
On Sunday and Monday, Trump will hold 10 rounds – five a day – making it the busiest campaign. The Republican position aims to generate enough momentum to run the large number of people it has set for Tuesday, election day.
On Sunday, the president will hold rallies in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. On Monday his campaign organized events in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and two in Michigan.
He will close the two-day cycle with a Monday night meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he completed his 2016 campaign. three say it’s been decades on the Democratic list.
Trump Survival is a growing number of coronavirus infections. The country has recorded more than 9 million cases, with an estimated 230,000 deaths.
Trump has used the virus and says his opponents used it on him. He warns that Biden’s presidency will lead to another shutdown of the virus, a country that cannot afford it.
At a rally on Saturday in Newtown, Pennsylvania, Trump was seen crying over his close race against Biden, viewing him as a weak opponent.
“This can only happen to me,” Trump said. “How can we be arrested?”
A national vote shows Biden a clear lead but state and national military field tests show a close race.
To win again Trump has to plan a narrow margin for winning claims he has won in 2016, like Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, Iowa and Arizona, and owning at least one of the Midwestern states he took over four years ago, such as Pennsylvania, Michigan or Wisconsin.
Some Republicans are skeptical of Trump’s chances, believing he has too many places where his backbone clashes against the wall, fearing that 90 million early voters are proposing a wave of rivalry against the president.
Trump and his party believe that voting proves Republican-level support, arguing that most of his supporters do not want a lot of consensus on volunteers and that, thanks to a Republican voting effort, the incumbent will win.
Trump also warned Saturday that election results may be unknown Tuesday night due to the counting of incoming votes in states such as Pennsylvania.