2020 elections live: the latest rift between Trump and Biden as Obama said voters should “ get out like never before ”

2020 elections live: the latest rift between Trump and Biden as Obama said voters should `` get out like never before ''
Former US President Barack Obama on Wednesday

Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, gave a dramatic speech in support of his former vice president, Joe Biden, in Philadelphia on Wednesday, as Donald Trump was torn apart and urged young Americans to “give it a chance” and vote.

“We can’t be complacent,” he said at a rally, “I don’t care about opinion polls,” dismissing Biden’s double-digit lead in most national polls. We fight for that, we have to work outside the other side, we have to outdo the other side. Vote like never before and leave no doubt. “

However, the most recent survey by Quinnipiac University found that Biden is 8 percentage points ahead of Pennsylvania, his home and a crucial battlefield. The Democrat also appears to be making big gains in Texas, a Republican stronghold, where Quinnipiac put the two candidates at 47 percentage points each.

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Biden approaches Trump in Texas with the two candidates drawn

While Obama is absolutely right to warn him against lax response to polls, they are definitely worth a peek.

The latest Quinnipiac University poll finds that Biden has an 8 percentage point lead in Pennsylvania, his home state and a critical battlefield. The Democrat also appears to be making big gains in Texas, a Republican stronghold, where Quinnipiac put the two candidates at 47 percentage points each.

Joe SomeraldOctober 22, 2020 10:27

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Obama calls on Americans to “vote like never before and leave no doubt”

Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States, gave a dramatic speech in support of his former deputy, Joe Biden, in Philadelphia on Wednesday, as Donald Trump was torn apart by “tearing the fabric of society”, for his disastrous response to the Coronavirus epidemic, for lack of a vision for the country, for his Chinese bank account, and for pushing theories. The fake conspiracy on social media.

Obama also used his platform in yesterday’s socially distant rally to encourage a massive voter turnout on November 3, urging young people in particular to “give this opportunity.”

“We cannot feel complacent, I don’t care in opinion polls,” he said, dismissing Biden’s two-digit lead in most national polls.

“We can’t let go of the people who are hurting right now,” Obama continued.

“We cannot just imagine a better future, we have to fight for it, we have to outdo the other side, we have to outdo the other side. Vote like never before and leave no doubt.”

Graeme Massey has more on this.

Joe SomeraldOctober 22, 2020 09:33

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