• Usa2020, Trump votes in advance in Mar-a-Lago

  • Usa 2020, Biden: "Change course on Covid or another 200 thousand deaths"


October 25, 2020 - US President Donald Trump voted early, without his wife Melania, in West Palm Beach, Florida, near his Mar-a-Lago residence.

The president used to vote in New York, but changed his residence last year, turning his back on a city he considers hostile. 

"I voted for a guy named Trump", he joked smiling and confidently with reporters, always wearing a mask, before again de-legitimizing the mail-order vote that he associates with fraud: "It was a very safe vote, much safer of when you send a card. Everything was perfect, very strict, according to the rules. Then he went to three other states on a tour de force with which he tries to recapture the energy of the final sprint that in 2016 gave him a victory surprisingly, while the United States hit a daily record of new cases, with more than 83,000 registered infections, the death toll in the United States has grown to nearly 224,000, according to the Johns Hopkins University tally. 

However, polls continue to give an advantage both nationally and in the poised states.

Joe Biden, in the Pennsylvania countryside also with rock star Jon Bon Jovi.

"If we do not change course we risk another 200,000 deaths from Covid": this is the warning launched by Joe Biden "Trump says that you can live with Covid, but in reality here you die with Covid because he does not have a plan", he pressed .

"I don't like the idea of ​​all this distance, but it is necessary", "we don't want to become super diffusers" of the coronavirus, is the allusion to the attitude of the rival, who organizes rallies with large numbers of participants, despite the spread of 'epidemic. 

Barack Obama also enters the field who held a second drive-in-style rally in Miami to woo Latinos in Sunshine, the most poised state.   

Two close collaborators of the American Vice President Pence are positive at Covid: the chief of staff Mark Short and the political adviser Marty Obst.