U.S. President Donald Trump withdrew from next week’s presidential talks after organizers decided to go virtual following his match with Covid-19, leaving the U.S. election in a new crisis with only 26 days left.
Confusion reigned in the calendar of debates – usually a three-set piece series that is well-arranged in advance by rival candidates.
Back and forth between Trump and Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign, it seems that there will be only two debates in total, with the next round of talks scheduled for October 22 and October 15 in Miami now canceled.
The agitation, which began with Trump’s rejection of a debate commission’s decision to go online for fear of his recent corona virus infection, reflected widespread disagreement over the final extension of November 3 to election day.
With Biden advancing in opinion polls and being able to travel – Arizona is his latest campaign hub – these are the anxious times of the quoted Donald Trump.
While dozens of people close to Trump are doing positive testing, he is still recovering from his three-night hospital stay when the White House itself became a viral hotspot.
Trump backed off from the campaign trail and provoked Fox on business television, calling Mr Biden’s vice president Runmate Kamala Harris a “monster” and calling illegal immigrants “rapists” and demanding an indictment of former President Barack Obama and Mr Biden.
Democratic Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi has questioned Trump’s claim that he is rapidly recovering from Covid-19. Legislation was announced to assess whether presidents retain the capacity to perform their duties – or whether they should be removed under Article 25 of the Constitution. Amendment.
Trump, who has fully recovered from his prolific Twitter habit after returning from the hospital on Monday, responded: “Crazy Nancy should be under surveillance. They don’t call her crazy!”
Debate over debates
Trump’s decision to boycott next week’s debate would have asked audience members questions in the town hall format, meaning he missed the rare opportunity to try out a live confrontation on television and the excellent Mr. Biden.
Trump told Fox Business that the decision of the Bilateral Negotiating Commission to make the discussion a virtual affair was unacceptable, citing the need for security after the Covid-19 impact.
He alleged that after the first meeting in Cleveland on September 29, the organizers were trying to protect Mr. Biden. Campaign manager Bill Stephen called the organizers “pathetic” and announced that a rally would be held instead.
Kate Beddingfield, a spokeswoman for the Biden campaign, accused Donald Trump of “not wanting to face questions from voters about his failure to covid and the economy.”
Instead, Biden announced that he would hold a televised Q&A session with voters on ABC News.
Both camps agreed to walk in town hall style on October 22 in Nashville.
Trump’s campaign called for a third round of talks shortly before the election, but Biden’s rejected it, saying “Trump’s misconduct does not allow the calendar to be rewritten.”
Bad voting, difficult message
When Trump said he easily defeated Biden in the first round of voting, opinion polls following the Cleveland clash showed the president at a loss.
Biden now predicts that Trump will be defeated in several key swing states, and even threatens him in Republican strongholds such as Texas.
Trump’s personal battle with Covid-19 has been in the spotlight, with a majority of voters voting for him.
Trump is trying to make a profit out of the tragedy by boasting that he personally defeated the virus.
“I’m a perfect physical model, I’m very young,” Trump, 74, scoffed at the Fox business.
The drama made it impossible to reverse the description of the campaign, which sees Trump as a more favorable region of the economy, who had been active before the corona virus struck earlier this year.
last night, MS Harris held talks with Vice President Mike Pence More than Covid-19, Donald Trump was surrounded by “the greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country.”