Trump fumes on Biden ad, media coverage at Nevada rally


The president also claimed Biden, “does not know he is alive.”

“Sleep Joe Biden.” Do you know where it is now? He is in his damn basement again, ”Trump told the crowd.

He accused Nevada’s Democratic governor of trying to “rig the election” after Trump campaign officials were forced to relocate to a rally in Reno, Nev., On Saturday night. Large crowds were forbidden in the state due to the Kovid-19 ban. And he accused his political opponents of “hurting” efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine. The president also said that the only way to lose the election in November is if the Democrats “rigged”.

Trump’s furious presence in an airport hangar in Douglas County, which he led to in excess of 30 percentage points in 2016, capped off a turbulent week for his reunion campaign, as well as being left to play for defense Acknowledged to step down after the tapped president appeared with the allies. The danger of Kovid-19, a disease caused by the novel coronavirus, when the virus first arrived in the United States. Upon landing in the Silver State, Trump told reporters that the epidemic was “rounding the corner” and reiterated his unexpected claim that a vaccine would be available before the end of the year.

But the coronovirus seemed far from the president’s mind when he stood in front of supporters on Saturday, railing against the “bird cemetery” that accumulates under wind turbines, dismissing concerns about “railing up” Which remains a main focus of his rallies, and Biden will be claimed. His performance for the presidency was praised for the first time until he was secured “off stage”.

It was a strange sequence of attacks to land the president in Nevada, where his campaign is attempting to bring enough Hispanic voters to court, to cross the razor-thin margin lost by the state in 2016 – and possibly somewhere And make up for the loss.

The presidential campaign has spent months devising a backup plan that could get him up to 270 electoral votes should he lose one or more roost belt states torn four years ago, focusing too much on those areas Where his law-and-order message may break and where voting shows a slight increase in his minority support.

Nevada is in the midst of the locations their campaign is targeting as they work to rebuild the enthusiasm for handling the American economy and consolidate their support with Hispanic voters. Coronovirus-related lockdowns reduced the local economy in Las Vegas, as casinos and hotels were forced to shutter in accordance with statewide restrictions on large ceremonies and indoor services. In Reno, the doors were closed for about two months at the local casino, a major loss in room tax revenue across the industry this summer.

Along with Arizona, where the president is traveling on Monday, Nevada is also a state where campaign aides believe Trump’s expanded Latino support could make a difference in November. Latino accounts for about 19 percent of Nevada’s eligible voting population.

On Saturday night, at the end of his 90-minute speech, the president pointed to the important role of Hispanic voters in the state and, presumably, in the country, said in a poll that he showed Biden among that block of voters. Are leading

In reality, Biden Trumpian is leading Trump into double digits among Hispanic people nationally, although a Marist-NBC poll released Wednesday showed Trump with a 4-point edge among Hispanic voters in Florida. In 2016, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton raised questions about a possible tectonic shift in Hispanic support toward Republicans, with two-thirds of Florida Hispanic.

And it is another cause for alarm among Democrats, some of whom have been criticizing the Biden campaign for months for their lack of effort in Hispanic communities in Florida, Arizona and Nevada.

By September, the Trump campaign had vocalized Biden on Spanish-language television. However, the Biden campaign recently told Politico that it had increased its advertising spending last week, outpacing Trump on Spanish-language channels, and also hired its Hispanic-outreach staff.

An official associated with the Trump campaign claimed that the president’s support among Hispanic voters among national voters rose to 30 to 35 percent in some internal elections, although the official refused to share the data with Politico.

There are many arguments for increasing popularity among Trump allies. Some claim a pre-pandemic economy, which recorded the Hispanic unemployment rate as low as 3.9 percent a year ago, and more Hispanics felt comfortable supporting the president, despite his record of racially insensitive rhetoric and policies. Others believe that Biden has assumed policy positions that alienate Hispanic Catholics and workers in parts of Nevada, Arizona and Florida.

Trump suggested that on Saturday night he would do well with Hispanic voters in November because they are “like tough people, they like people who produce jobs. And anyway the Hispanics know the border better than anyone Huh.”

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