Less than 36 hours to go for the US presidential elections, President Donald Trump held demonstrations in battleground states of Michigan, Iowa, and North Caroline and planned stops in Georgia and Florida. Biden made an impression in the closely contested state of Pennsylvania. Biden is set to conclude his campaign in Pittsburgh where he made his maiden campaign appearance in April 2019.
After attacking the main-in ballot system throughout his campaign, President Donald Trump says that he is gearing up for legal challenges in the counting of mail and absentee votes in Pennsylvania. “I think it is a terrible thing when ballots can be collected after an election. I think it is a terrible thing when people or states are allowed to tabulate ballots for a long period of time after the election is over because it can only lead to one thing,” Trump said. “We are going in the night of — as soon as the election is over — we are going in with our lawyers,” he added.
Meanwhile, Indian-American supporters of both President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden on Sunday intensified their campaigns, particularly in battleground states, asking the community members to get out and vote and support their respective leaders.
In the national polls, Trump continues to trail with a 42% chance as compared to 51% of Biden, according to the latest Reuters poll. Similarly, a New York Times poll showed Joe Biden keeping a clear advantage over 4 important swing states- Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Arizona. Biden’s electoral position appears to put him in a stronger position than any presidential candidate since 2008. No doubt the entire World’s eye will be glued to the biggest political battle between The Democrat and The Republic.