Trump tries to explain low fundraising numbers

Washington (AP) – The latest (all times local) on the presidential campaign:

7:55 pm

President Donald Trump says he “may be the world’s greatest money man,” but does not want to put in work or “work” in exchange for his donors.

Trump claimed thousands of supporters at a rally in Macon, Georgia on Friday that he could easily get multi-dollar donations from the heads of Wall Street firms.

But he says that he will have to “work for them” instead.

The President suggested the release of new numbers after his campaign and said that he is the first President to face financial losses in the modern era.

Trump’s campaign, Republican National Committee and affiliated groups raised $ 247 million in September. That’s fine for what his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, of $ 383 million, and the Democratic National Committee reported last month.

Trump reported having $ 251.4 million in the bank, while Biden had $ 432 million.


Here is what you need to know about

President Donald Trump is holding rallies in Ocala, Florida and Macon, Georgia on Friday nights. His Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, is in Michigan, where he is talking about health care in Southfield and mobilizing voters in Detroit.

Read more:

– Biden Outeries Trump $ 383 million to $ 248 million in September

– Trump in front of voters, on defense Must win in two states

– AP-NORC Poll: Voters see nation as fundamentally divided


What’s going on here?

7:25 pm

Joe Biden is promising a comprehensive effort for racial and economic justice if he is elected president.

At a drive-in rally Thursday at the Michigan State Fairgrounds, the Democratic presidential nominee said President Donald Trump promoted white supremacy, armed militias, and bitter division.

Biden states that he will emphasize unity, acknowledging systemic racism. He did not admire fully recognized generations of oppression of black Americans, particularly “a deep love for this country that for a very long time”.

The former Vice President promised an economic program that would promote opportunities for American workers of all races and ethnicities. After reforming the American auto industry centered in Michigan, he says he wants to “make it in America, make it in Michigan.”


6:50 PM

Michigan Sen. Gary Peters plays Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as the savior of the American auto industry.

The senator, who faces a tough campaign of his own, was among the warm-up speakers at a Biden campaign drive-in rally Friday at the Michigan State Fairgrounds.

Peters says Michigan should thank “President Obama and Vice President Biden” for their role in ejecting automakers after the 2008 financial collapse.

The senator says that Biden “stood with us in the past” and “will stand with us in the future.”

After Obama and Biden won in the 2008 election, bailout for GM and Chrysler was won by President George W. Bush had authorized, but before he assumed office. The Obama administration launched a rescue program.


At 5 pm

President Donald Trump is predicting a “red wave” of Republican turnout in Florida.

Most elections show a close race in the critical battlefield that both Republicans and Democrat Joe Biden are vigorously demonstrating.

Addressing a campaign rally on Friday in Okla., Trump reminded thousands of supporters that “I live here too.” He recently shifted his legal residence from New York.

The president noted that early voting in Florida will begin Monday. He said that in 18 days we are going to win the state of Florida. We are going to win the White House. Trump won Florida in 2016.

Trump predicted a “Red Wave” of Republican voting, “ones of which he has never seen before.”


4:30 pm

Joe Biden is warning Michigan voters that President Donald Trump wants to snatch health insurance with millions of Americans.

While campaigning outside Detroit on Friday, the Democratic nominee said Trump promises to protect the insurance eligibility of all Americans but actually wants to end the Affordable Care Act of 2010. That law first set a federal standard requiring insurers to offer health insurance to customers regardless of their health history.

Biden says Trump “can only see from his penthouse in Manhattan” and does not see the daily struggles of most Americans.

A 2017 study by the Department of Health and Human Services found that 133 million Americans could be defined as “worrying” by insurance companies used before the 2010 law.

Biden said the numbers could increase in the wake of the epidemic. Some patients recovering from COVID-19 have been found with lung, heart, or other organ damage.


4:20 pm

Joe Biden is mocking President Donald Trump at Thursday’s town hall for suggesting that the US has turned a “corner” in the fight against the coronovirus epidemic.

Biden campaigned in Southfield, Michigan on Friday, saying the virus “did not disappear” and instead “was growing again.”

The Democratic nominee instigated a COVID-19 in several states, saying Trump held the U.S. for more coronovirus deaths than World War II deaths.

Biden said Trump “puts his supporters in such a crisis” by organizing mass rallies where masks are no longer needed. Biden removed his mask to speak on Friday. But he spoke in front of a small, masked crowd spread on the floor of a community center gymnasium.

He repeatedly told her to recall Trump “making fun of Biden wearing a mask.”

Biden has built much of his general election argument around criticism that Trump has capitalized on the epidemic and its economic collapse, leading to more deaths and job losses.


4:10 pm

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is garnering praise on prominent Michigan Democrats as he tries to roll back his party’s presidential victory column.

Biden on Friday praised Government Gretchen Whitmer as one of the best governors in the country and said she “stands upright and tall.” He again blamed President Donald Trump for condemning white supremacists and did not condemn the group’s recently arrested white anarchists.

The former vice president also praised Sen. Gary Peters as the Democrat faces a tough challenge from Republican John James. If they expect a Senate majority working in January, the Democrats cannot lose Peter’s seat.

When Biden was vice president, Biden called Peters a “go-to” jurist for the Obama administration.


3:35 PM

Joe Biden’s campaign says the former vice president and his partner, Kamala Harris, tested negative Friday for each COVID-19.

Three individuals associated with the campaign confirmed that the test came positive the day after the trial, including Liz Allen, Harris’s communications director.

As a precaution, Harris has suspended the campaigner over the weekend, but plans to return on Monday. With two stops in Michigan on Friday, Biden has continued the campaign.

Medical advisors to the campaign said that none of the individuals who tested positive were ever close to Biden, directly exposing him to the virus.


2:40 pm

President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will face questions on coronaviruses, race issues and climate change in next week’s presidential debate.

NBC moderator Kristen Welker on Friday released six topics for debate on presidential claims through the Unlawful Commission. They are “Fighting COVID-19,” “American Family,” “Race in America,” “Climate Change,” “National Security,” and “Leadership.”

Trump and Biden will be on stage together for 90 minutes on Oct. 22 in Nashville, three weeks after their first meeting in Cleveland.

A second outing was planned on October 15 after Trump’s coronovirus diagnosis and refusal to participate in a virtual debate. Trump and Biden held town halls on various networks at the same time.


2:35 pm

President Donald Trump says he is running “heaven and earth” to protect people older than coronoviruses.

Trump is making direct appeals to older voters during a Friday appearance in Fort Myers, Florida. Polls showed that Trump’s support in this poll has slipped partly due to his uneven handling of the coronovirus epidemic, which has killed more people in the United States than any other country. Older people are among the most vulnerable groups due to COVID-19 disease.

Trump says in the speech: “I will protect you, I will protect you, and I will fight for you with every ounce of energy and conviction.”

The President is also assuring the old people that when they are approved they will be in the first vaccine line. He says that he will provide them treatment at no cost.

Trump recently recovered from COVID-19 and spent three days in hospital.


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