Wed. Aug 4th, 2021

ANKARAUS President Donald Trump is embarking on the last leg of his campaign for the 2020 presidential election, hoping to overturn the advantage of his rival Democratic Joe Biden.

“On my way to Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota!,” Trump wrote Friday on Twitter. He even told reporters that he may even travel to campaign on Election Day on November 3.

For three days from Friday, Trump will attend a total of 14 rallies.

The Republican president is behind his opponent Biden in most polls.

On Saturday, Trump was scheduled to hold four rallies among different regions in the state of Pennsylvania where he is behind Biden by 7 points, according to the latest polls by opinion analysis website FiveThirtyEight.

In the 2016 presidential election, Trump won the Keystone State against Democratic contender Hillary Clinton by a margin of 0.72 percent, and gained the states’ 20 electoral votes.

On Sunday, Trump will hold five rallies in five states – Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida – all he had won in 2016 but now trailing Biden.

Trump is behind Biden by 13 points in Michigan, 2 points in Iowa, 6 points in North Carolina, 2 points in Georgia, and 7 points in Florida. The five states have combined electoral votes of 82.

And, on Monday, Trump will hold five rallies, one each in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, and two later in Michigan.

Trump had surprisingly won Wisconsin in 2016 against Clinton by a margin of 0.77 percent to gain 10 electoral votes, but this time he is behind Biden by 9 points in the Badger State. ANADOLU

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