U.S. Presidential poll campaign heating up with Trump alleging “Biden is corrupt”

Dueling town halls: Night and day

President Donald Trump noted for outspokenness and breaking protocols has slammed  Joe Biden, the Democratic party’s candidate against him, as corrupt. Former Vice President Joe Biden is pitted against Trump as the Democratic presidential hopeful for the November 3 presidential election. Speaking at Nevada to mobilize voters in his favour on Sunday Trump repeatedly praised the New York Post for the explosive report on alleged corrupt practices committed by Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden. “Joe Biden is and always has been a corrupt politician,” Trump said, reports FOX News. As far as I’m concerned, the Biden family is a criminal enterprise, the businessman turned politician said. Andrew Bates, a spokesman from the Biden campaign has rubbished the accusations. He told  Fox News in a statement that “Donald Trump tanked the strong economy he inherited from the Obama-Biden Administration by continually discounting and attacking warnings from the scientific and medical experts working around the clock to save lives.” Meanwhile, a  survey report says President Trump’s support for school choice is overwhelmingly popular across the nation. The recent RealClear Opinion Research poll showed 77 percent of voters endorse families being allowed to use their tax dollars for a school that works for them  including 69% of Black respondents. Democrats have put this failed insurance program on the ballot. Trump campaign managers have debunked  Biden’s allegation that the White House under Trump will remove protections for people with pre-existing health conditions. Trump camp says the Democrats are forgetful about the cost of insurance premiums under Obamacare for people not receiving subsidies doubled between 2013 and 2017. It is unaffordable to millions of people, Republicans claimed. Trump made a sizeable offering to the collection bucket while attending church services on Sunday in Las Vegas. He was in Nevada on a campaign trip to the crucial battleground state, was attending a service at the International Church of Las Vegas before a campaign event in Carson City later in the day. As the collection was being taken up, Trump reached into his back pocket a pulled out a number of $20 bills, which he later deposited into a bucket that was being passed around. 

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