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Donald Trump said he would “not feel comfortable” if he lost to Joe Biden on November 3.

“Can you imagine if you lost?” He said. “I won’t feel well. Maybe I’ll have to leave the country, I don’t know.”

The president will go to rallies in Wisconsin and Michigan on Saturday, although the previous state reported a significant spike in coronavirus infections.

The average of new confirmed cases in the Midwest state for seven days surpassed 3,000 on Friday for the first time.

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Biden says he is “ praying for Wisconsin ” as Trump prepares to rally in the coronavirus-stricken state

Joe Biden spoke about the coronavirus outbreak in Wisconsin, saying he was “praying” for the people of the state and condemning the president – who is scheduled to hold a rally there later today – for his response to the pandemic.

“Wisconsin is in the grip of one of the nation’s worst coronavirus outbreaks. Generation and I are praying for the health of those who have contracted the virus, and families mourning the loss of a loved one. We have,” Biden said in a statement on Saturday, “He has claimed so many lives because of this.” Pandemic – the sad truth is it didn’t have to be this way

The Democratic candidate went on to condemn the president’s approach to the epidemic, saying that he “panicked and tried to get rid of it.”

The former vice president said: “President Trump is intentionally underestimating the severity of the virus. At nearly every turn, he panicked and tried to get rid of it, instead of doing the hard work to control it.”

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Kamala Harris wishes American Hindu “Happy Navratri”

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Announcement of topics for the second presidential debate

Joe Biden and Donald Trump will compete on the following issues in Nashville, Tennessee:

  • Fight Covid-19
  • American families
  • Ethnicity in America
  • Climate change
  • National Security
  • Leadership

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25 million Americans have already voted in the 2020 elections

More than 25 million Americans have voted so far in the 2020 elections, as state election officials reported high turnout at early voting centers and an increased demand for mail ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.

The US Election Project reported that at least 25 million ballot papers were cast, with many states approaching or exceeding early 2016 voting numbers from the same timeframe in those elections.

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Fraudsters are taking advantage of the US elections, but they don’t want the votes

The email from the PAC seemed harmless: If you support Joe Biden, I urge, click here to make sure you register to vote.

But Harvard graduate student Maya James didn’t click. Instead, I searched Google for the name of the petitioner PAC. Not Found – Evidence that the email was a phishing scam from fraudsters trying to exploit the US presidential election as a way to steal people’s personal information.

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With less than three weeks left for the US to go to the polls, here’s a look at the rivals’ stance on key issues.

This explanation takes a look at candidates’ positions on key voter concerns, including the economy, healthcare, and foreign policy – as well as, crucially, their attitudes toward tackling the coronavirus pandemic.

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Donald Trump says he might leave the United States if he lost to Joe Biden

Donald Trump said he might leave the United States if he lost the White House to Joe Biden on Election Day.

Mr. Trump has been talking about the possibility of his Democratic opponent winning the upcoming election during his latest campaign title Make America Great Again in Macon, Georgia.

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This photo featured Georgia Representative Vernon Jones surfing at Trump’s Friday rally in Macon.

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A snapshot of the Coronavirus situation in the United States, according to a Johns Hopkins University tracker.

The country has the largest number of injuries and deaths in the world.

  • The United States has recorded 8,050,420 cases of coronavirus
  • 218,602 Coronavirus deaths have been reported, including: 33337 in New York, 17375 in Texas, 16,923 in California.

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