After meeting in Florida, both candidates planned this Friday to visit at least three states in the central-west of the country.
Donald Trump y Joe Biden they multiply their rallies on Friday, no fewer than three for the president, after the two wooed voters in Florida, one of the key most treasured states, on Thursday.
The candidates were in Tampa on Thursday, where the heat played havoc with Trump’s act. Tight, without a chinstrap, in inclement sun, temperatures of 30 degrees and humidity of 71 percent, several fans of the president they ended up insolated, hospitalized or treated on the spot. One of them ended up with seizures in a clinic. Firefighters had to spray water on the crowd.
Tampa was also surprised to have melania trump on stage. She went upstairs with her husband. He gave her the microphone and applauded her on every sentence.
This Friday, the Republican president has marked three acts in Michigan, Wisconsin y Minnesota while his Democratic rival will appear in Iowa and Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Like on Thursday in Florida, a key state, both will coincide in some states four days before the Americans decide which of them will enter the White House in January.
Florida citizens were able to see their different styles and strategies on Thursday, and particularly their divergences on how to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
Much less active than his rival, the 77-year-old Biden, cut back departures from his Delaware fiefdom and tried to set an example in the face of deadly COVID-19.
“Again Donald Trump made an ultra-propagating event“Biden said Monday at a raining event also in Tampa 20 minutes from where Trump had spoken a few hours earlier in the scorching sun.
“He spreads the coronavirus more. It spreads division and discord. We need a president to bring us together,” he said.
Wearing a mask, respecting physical distance “is not taking a political position. It is a political duty! It is a patriotic duty!”, He emphasized before hundreds of people who listened to him. from their cars; a modality of your campaign.
“I will implement a plan to manage this pandemic responsibly, unite the country with tests, contact tracing and masks,” said former vice president of Barack Obama.
The United States faces a worsening pandemic. Between Wednesday and Thursday it added 90,000 new cases, which is another record, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.
In contrast, Trump, 74, is openly irritated by the attention, in his opinion exaggerated, that has been given to this virus that caused almost 228,000 deaths in the United States.
The president who mobilizes crowds, most of the time without worrying about wearing a mask or avoiding distance from the people, makes the size of his mobilizations the main asset of his campaign. He mocks Biden whom he considers incapable of generating such enthusiasm.
“In five days we will win Florida. We will win four more years!” in Tampa.
Unusually, he was accompanied by his wife Melania who spoke briefly, “A vote for President Trump is a vote for a better America,” he said.