USA election 2020: President Trumps joke of leaving America fires back

President Donald Trump gestures after presenting a National Medal of the Arts to actor Jon Voight during a National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal ceremony in the East Room of the White House 21 November 2019

"Maybe I'll have to leave the country, I don't know".

US President Donald Trump's joke about leaving America if he lost the November 3 election to Democratic rival Joe Biden, fired back as Twitter users reacted strongly to his comment.

Before the competing town halls, it had been widely expected that Trump would score a higher Nielsen rating, an estimate of the total number of viewers for a particular television program, than the former vice president since Biden's town hall only aired on ABC but the president's also appeared on NBC's sibling cable channels.

"All President Trump is offering the people of MI is more lies and distractions - no plan to get the virus under control, no strategy for pulling our economy out of this recession, no vision for uniting the country", he said.

"Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie grilled Trump on his pandemic response, as well as asking him to denounce white supremacy. Biden leads by 23 points among suburban women in battleground states, according to recent polling by The New York Times and Siena College.

Trump's campaign announced this week that he had raised over $247 million last month, far short of the record $383 million raised by Biden's campaign and affiliated Democratic committees. "I heard they like my policy but they don't like my personality". This week, Biden beat Trump in a range of polling averages. She contended during the call that Biden was not as comfortably ahead as some public polls have suggested.

On Tuesday, Oct. 20, Eric Trump will host two 'Make American Great Again!' events - one in Lansing and the other in Willis. "I will never speak to you again". "She is so unbelievable".



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