Donald Trump has ridiculed B Biden just for ‘coming out of the basement before the ten-day hope’, because ‘his turnout is unclear!’
In a series of tweets Sunday evening, the president celebrated the recent vote, indicating he is on track to defeat his Democrat rival.
Ahead of the Republican convention last week, Biden was given an 11-point lead by some votes.
In a Democracy Institute / Sunday Express poll on Sunday, Trump received 48 percent popular support and Biden 45 percent.
With 49 percent for Trump and 42 percent for Biden in the swing states, the margin of victory was even longer.
Donald Trump showed a picture of the damage from the Tour hurricane in Louisiana on Friday, mocking Biden’s return to the campaign trail on Monday, and said it was a sign of frustration.
Biden has not campaigned since March but will remain in the Pennsylvania swing state on Monday
On Sunday night, the president mocked Biden for “coming out of the basement” for the election campaign.
Trump used his repeated line – that Biden is soft on crime
One poll put Trump ahead of the battlefield states, including Pennsylvania.
Biden’s team is currently planning to return to the campaign trail for the first time since the epidemic began in March. Trump has consistently ridiculed Biden for his policy of respecting CDC guidelines.
Biden will be in Pittsburgh on Monday, campaigning in Pennsylvania’s main swing state.
‘J Biden is coming out of the basement earlier than the hope of ten days because his people told him he had no choice, his turnout was poor!’ Trump tweeted.
‘Going to Pittsburgh, where I helped record the industry last year, and then returned to its basement for an extended period.’
Trump accused Biden of softening the offense – the frequent attacks in the months following the May 25 assassination of George Floyd, sparking a wave of unrest that is still holding back the United States.
Trump said, ‘His problem is interesting.
‘Bernie Sanders being a radical left voter he should always be weak on CRIME.
‘If he loses them, like the crooked Hillary did, it’s‘ toast ’, and many will vote for me because of the trade (Bernie was good at the trade).
‘JM should always be weak in crime!’
Trump attacked Biden, who was apparently unaware of Biden’s earlier statement condemning the violence.
He also asked if Biden would condemn the violence that has spread to parts of the United States, with cities such as Portland, Seattle, Chicago and Kenosha waiting to be torn apart.
Just hours ago, unaware of Biden’s strong condemnation of the violence, Trump tweeted: ‘When will Biden criticize anarchists, thugs and protesters in Antifa?
‘When will they suggest bringing the National Guard to Bad Run and Crime Infested Democrat Cities and States?
‘Remember, he can’t lose the Crazy Bernie Super Liberal vote!’ ‘
Biden said in a statement on Sunday morning that “this is a provocation of hatred and resentment that has led to a deadly clash.”
He continued: ‘Shooting on the streets of a great American city is unacceptable. I clearly condemn this violence. I condemn all forms of violence by anyone, whether left or right. ‘
Biden accused Trump of fanning the flames of hatred to advance political opportunities.
On Thursday, Presidential Adviser Kelly Conway acknowledged that he had helped her, saying: “The more chaos and chaos and sabotage and violence reigns, the better for the safety of the people and a clear choice of who is best at law and order.” ‘
Biden denied it on Sunday.
Six hours before Trump accused him of saying nothing about the violence, Byden condemned him.
“We must not become a country at war with ourselves,” he said.
‘A country that accepts the killing of fellow Americans who do not agree with you. A country that promises revenge against one another.
‘But it’s America that President Trump wants us to be, America that we are.’
The Trump team’s emphasis on law and order was seen to have an impact, however, as the elections showed toughness in the presidential race.
A Yahoo News-Yugov survey conducted this past Thursday and Friday found that Biden maintains a 47 percent to 41 percent gain in the time to come.
Biden’s lead slips after Republican convention by Yahoo / Yugov poll
A poll by Yahoo News-Yugov a month ago showed a 5 percent shift from Biden to Trump, with the former Democratic vice president showing less than nine percent.
Recent polls suggest that nearly one percent of registered voters said last month that they would now support Biden, indicating that they would support Trump.
But the president is confident of victory because he cast a ballot claiming to have won both the popular vote and the electoral college ledge – thus seeking re-election for a second term in the White House.
Trump tweeted on Saturday: ‘Moving on nicely. Maga! ‘
He was responding to a tweet claiming to show the results of a new survey in which Biden won 48 to 45 percent of the national popular vote.
The president also claimed that the vote would win major war-torn states such as Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania.
Former Vice President Bn Biden (left) has a six-point lead over President Trump (right), according to a Yahoo News-Yugov poll.
But the president is confident of victory because he cast a ballot claiming to have won both the popular vote and the electoral college ledge – thus seeking re-election for a second term in the White House. Trump tweeted on Saturday: ‘Moving on nicely. Maga! ‘
Recent polls have shown a post-convention ‘bounce’ for the president.
The Morning Consult also conducted a post-convention vote in which Trump trailed Biden by just six points.
A separate poll of other voters registered by Yahoo News-Yugov gave Biden an 11-point advantage, both before and after the Democratic National Convention.
Biden was 10 percent ahead of the Morning Consultative Democratic convention.
The latest poll shows that 96 per cent of both Trump and Biden supporters have made up their minds more than two per cent since the end of July.
Only eight percent of voters are undecided.
The new poll also found that Democrats have a 49 percent to 38 percent advantage in voting for congressional elections.
Trump seems to have gained voters in recent weeks who say the president comes as a ‘power’.
A poll by Yahoo News-Yugov found that 96 per cent of Trump and Biden voters made up their minds and only one per cent of voters were undecided. The image above shows Trump supporters and opponents in Londonderry, New Hampshire, on Friday.
Ahead of the Republican convention, 33 percent of Americans said Trump has “strength.” After the convention, that number rose to 38 percent.
Last month, only 19 percent of those surveyed agreed that Trump “cares a lot about people like you.”
In the last survey, that number has risen slightly to 22 percent.
Those who say they like Trump “a lot” or “somewhat” have risen from 24 percent to 28 percent.
Trump has also seen a slight surge in the number of voters who were allowed to control his COVID-19 epidemic.
Last month, 38 per cent were sanctioned, while the number of cases and daily deaths has started declining and now it has increased to 0 per cent.
More than 180,000 Americans have died in COVID-19 since the epidemic began last spring.
But the poll does not indicate that a group of voters are supporting Trump in the wake of riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin and elsewhere following last week’s police shooting at 29-year-old Jacob Black.
In July, 59 percent said they were “very” or “somewhat concerned” about “breaking law and order in American cities.”
The new survey shows that the number is the same.