US presidential election: Donald Trump throws his last strength into the battle
Medical specialists consider this return to the countryside premature, even dangerous, but it has obtained the approval of its attending physician, who considers that it is no longer contagious. On Saturday, Trump had already said he was doing well in front of hundreds of supporters at the White House where, the first, everyone had to wear a mask.
All observers agree on one point: to win, Trump must mobilize his base and in particular the “non-college whites”, that is to say the white men who did not go to university. . They usually vote little but in the pivotal States, such as Pennsylvania, there has been a marked increase in the number of registered Republicans… This is the only good news, for now anyway, for Trump.
The Covid-19 pandemic is on the rise again, plus 12% of new cases in two weeks. Its main adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, evoked a possible toll of… 400,000 dead by the end of the year, thus illustrating the calamitous management of the crisis by the White House. Even more telling for Americans, Fauci announced that he was giving up on family Thanksgiving this year because of the virus.
The economic recovery remains anemic and a new stimulus package capable of delighting voters seems impossible to put in place before the election. And Trump continues to drag his fiscal pots …
More seriously, perhaps, some observers are openly concerned about the president’s sanity. Noting her recent about-face, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi judges that her treatment against the virus has “altered her mental state” … The famous NY Times columnist Maureen Dowd evokes “manic episodes” by recalling that Trump demands that his justice minister indict Biden and Obama, that he just called Kamala Harris a “monster,” and that he bizarrely continues to maintain an obsession with Hillary Clinton’s emails from there is four years old.
Can Trump still renew his surprise victory of 2016? At the time, Americans did not know much about the New York real estate mogul. In four years, they have had time to form an opinion, and this opinion seems very negative. Be careful, however. “I expect the unexpected. In three weeks anything can happen, ”says Spencer Kimball, director of Emerson Polling. In 2016, he gave Hillary a large winner …
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