US Presidential Elections: Donald Trump casts early ballot in Florida

US Presidential Elections: Donald Trump casts early ballot in Florida

- US President Donald Trump voted early on Saturday ahead of the US Election on 3 November 2020

- Trump is trailing behind the Democrat candidate Joe Biden and is going to make a last-minute effort to catch up with him

- The president told the journalists who were travelling with him to brace themselves because he was going to work them very hard

United States President Donald Trump made his vote early on Saturday in the US Election as he prepared himself for another demanding day of campaigning, before the 3 November vote. Trump, who is behind the Democrat Joe Biden in the polls voted at a library serving in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Trump has a home in Florida and moved there last year from his original home in New York City. While he was voting, he was wearing a face mask which is a rare sight from the president who usually downplayed the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic. He has recently made a recovery from the virus after he was infected some time ago.

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"It was a very secure vote. Much more secure than when you send in a ballot, I can tell you that," he said.
US Presidential Elections: Donald Trump casts early ballot in Florida
US Presidential Elections: Donald Trump casts an early ballot in Florida. PHOTO: Donald Trump / Gage Skidmore / Flickr
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Trump commented on how secure the voting process was. He said that everything was perfect. He was impressed with the entire process and how easy it was.

Nearly 55 million US citizens have already cast early votes because the COVID-19 pandemic has made in-person voting a little more complicated than usual. Trump has decided that he is going to make a final effort to catch up with Joe Biden in the final days of the race.

He has planned political rallies in North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin. The race to see who will be the next President of the United States is coming to its head.

"You're going to be very busy today, because we're going to work you hard," Trump told journalists who were traveling with him.

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The former Delaware Senator served alongside Obama from 2008 to 2016 and is now the Democratic presidential candidate for the 2020 election.

With Biden being front and centre, it will only be natural to have questions about his family life.


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