First lady Melania Trump also joined the campaign.
The US President Donald Trump said that he would intensify efforts to strengthen the economy in states recovering from pandemic coronavirus. At the same time, his opponent, Democrat Joe Biden, promised to take the virus “under control.”
Speaking in Lansing, Michigan, the President appealed to women from the suburbs whose votes are considered important to his re-election.
“I love women, and there’s nothing I can do about it. They’re the most wonderful,” Trump said.
“Your husbands, they want to get back to work,” Trump continued, switching to the economic problems of the coronavirus era. – We are putting your husbands back to work, and everyone wants to.
In August, the Detroit News reported that more than half of the 1.2 million jobs lost due to the pandemic were subsequently restored.
The Trump campaign is betting that a flurry of law-and-order messages will boost the President’s popularity among women in various Michigan areas.
Michigan is considered one of the swing states of great importance to both candidates. In 2016, Trump won here by a narrow margin.
Speaking at Warm Springs in Georgia, Biden promised to take aggressive action to combat the pandemic and address income inequality, climate change, and racial inequality.
“I’m here to tell you that we can and will get the virus under control,” Biden said, criticizing Trump’s behavior and rhetoric about the virus. “As President, I will never raise the white flag of surrender.”
“From the first day of my presidency, we will take measures to bring COVID under control,” the former Vice President promised. – We will take steps to adopt my economic plan, which will finally reward work, not wealth, in this country. We will take steps to adopt my health plan so that health care is affordable and affordable for every American.
However, first lady Melania Trump, who made her first appearance at a campaign rally held in Atglen, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, immediately disputed Biden’s statements.
“Now it makes it clear that it could have worked better,” she said. Well, Americans can look back on 36 years of work Joe Biden in Congress and eight years as Vice-President and decide whether they think that he will finally be able to do something for the American people.”
Melania Trump also lashed out at Democrats to announce President Trump’s impeachment, stating that “the manifestation of their hatred is noticeable to this day.”