Donald Trump tells MI rally he expects to keep on winning

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 19, 2020

The cold open then moved towards NBC's coverage of Donald Trump's town hall where Kate McKinnon's Savannah Guthrie addressed the viewers disgruntled with the network for giving the president a platform.

In North Carolina, a battleground where 1.4 million, or 20%, of the state's registered voters had voted as of Sunday morning, Biden urged residents to cast ballots as soon as possible.

The FBI is said to be now assessing Hunter Biden's business ties to determine if they have been purposefully mischaracterized by the Russian government as a part of its continued effort to denigrate Joe Biden and his campaign.

Biden's pick for vice president, Senator Kamala Harris, canceled in-person events over the weekend as a precaution after an aide tested positive for COVID-19. She will return to the campaign trail on Monday with a visit to Florida to mark that state's first day of early in-person voting.

Trump, a Republican, was spending his Sunday in Nevada, a state he hopes to wrest from Democrats after narrowly losing it in 2016.

Meanwhile, Trump attended a church service in Las Vegas, Nevada, another competitive state, where early in-person voting began on Saturday.

A Trump spokesman said the president planned to campaign every day leading up to Thursday's presidential debate in Florida, including stops in North Carolina and Arizona, where early began earlier this month. "With your help, devotion and drive we're going to keep on working, we're going to keep on fighting, and we're going to keep on winning, winning, winning".

Catholics are a large, diverse constituency and have tended to back the victor of presidential elections.

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