US election: Video of Trump dancing at campaign rallies goes viral

US election: Video of Trump dancing at campaign rallies goes viral

- In a seemingly last-minute campaign strategy to urge people to vote, Donald Trump has tweeted a video compilation of his dances during his different campaign periods

- In the video, popular hit YMCA sang by The Village People which happens to be Trump's patent song for his campaigns is heard in the background

- The President is seen grooving to the beats on stage as massive crowds cheered

- Trump swings his fisted hands from side to side and pumping the air around him while his feet stayed rooted to one spot on the stage

- Both Trump and Biden spent the final hours of the race rallying voters in key swing states even as national polls gave a firm lead to Biden

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Today, Tuesday, November 3, the United States is holding its presidential election with the incumbent President Donald Trump facing off with Democrat Joe Biden.

Incumbent US President Donald Trump in a past event. Photo: BBC

Incumbent US President Donald Trump in a past event. Photo: BBC
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In a seemingly last-minute campaign strategy to urge people to vote, Donald Trump has tweeted a video compilation of his dances during his different campaign periods captioning it "VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!".

In the video seen by YEN.com.gh on Tuesday, November 3, the popular hit YMCA sang by The Village People which happens to be Trump's patent song for his campaigns is heard in the background.

The President is seen grooving to the beats on stage as massive crowds cheered. With his trademark dance style, Trump swings his fisted hands from side to side and pumping the air around him while his feet stayed rooted to one spot on the stage.

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Reactions

The video has elicited mixed reactions from people across the world with some praising his moves while critics rooting for his competitor dismissing it.

Here are some of the reactions sampled by TUKO.co.ke.

Trish Deseine said: "I’ve never tweeted you before, what was the point? But today, the day you will finally realise how much you are despised by the people you have abjectly failed, it makes ME feel good to tell you what a pathetic, smell-feast, milksop, ninnyhammer, pettifogger you are."

Emma Kenedy said: "Enjoy your day wondering how much you’re going to lose the popular vote by."

Jo said: "Maybe “dancing” like you haven’t a care in all the world with 230,000 dead Americans on your watch, isn’t the closing message you wanna go with here, Spread Krueger. Thinking face"

Mafalda said: "Maybe someone should tell him that doing his double hand job move to the YMCA anthem is not going to get him our Rainbow flag votes...Thinking face."
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Abbad said : "Good day President trump.. Might not mean much to you but i just want you to know that today is my birthday and my only Wish today is that you WIN.. U will Remain the President of the United states of America. That i can assure you Mr President. Have a successful day Sir."

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, President Trump and his rival Joe Biden made a last appeal for votes.

Both Trump and Biden spent the final hours of the race rallying voters in key swing states even as national polls gave a firm lead to Biden.

US election Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden. Photo: Joe Biden

US election Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden. Photo: Joe Biden
Source: Facebook

In a statement on his official Facebook page on Tuesday, November 3, Trump who is seeking his second and final term in office, urged voters to vote for him once again so he can continue building what he termed as the "American dream".

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"A vote for me and the Republican Party is a vote for the American Dream! Over the next four years, we will make America into the manufacturing superpower of the world, and we will end our reliance on China once and for all," his post read.

Joe Biden, on the other hand argued that even though he was running as a Democrat, he would serve all Americans without bias.

"I’m running as a proud Democrat, but I will govern as an American president. I will work with Democrats and Republicans, and I’ll work as hard for those who don’t support me as for those who do. Because that’s the job of a president," he tweeted.

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