We're just one week away from Election Day and President Trump is using every last moment to campaign.
7 DAYS!!!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2020
With just seven days to go, Trump is holding rallies in Wisconsin, Michigan and Nebraska today.
Thank you Michigan—leaving the White House shortly, see you soon! pic.twitter.com/I6VHSgKMSB— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2020
Vice President Mike Pence is also on the road and hosting a rally in North Carolina.
Wheels up! See you soon North Carolina for a GREAT #MAGA event!— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) October 27, 2020
Yesterday President Trump traveled around Pennsylvania for three different events and expressed optimism about winning the state.
"I think we’re leading in Pennsylvania. I think we’ll win Pennsylvania," Trump said Monday. "I think we’re going to win Pennsylvania by more than we did last time."
While most polling still shows Trump behind Biden in the swing states he needs to win, the numbers from 2016 give a stark reminder that this race is far from over.
For those asking if the polls can be wrong and Trump can still win, like in 2016, my response is:— Bill Scher (@billscher) October 25, 2020
The 2016 polls did NOT miss the Trump surge.
In the last 2 weeks, they showed big Trump momentum in key states.
Look at these RCP charts...
Michigan, final two weeks:— Bill Scher (@billscher) October 25, 2020
Clinton +10 -> Clinton +3.6 pic.twitter.com/V4xrTzkVkI
Florida, final two weeks:— Bill Scher (@billscher) October 25, 2020
Clinton +4 -> Trump +0.4 pic.twitter.com/BFBTIwwClO
North Carolina, final two weeks:— Bill Scher (@billscher) October 25, 2020
Clinton +2.4 -> Trump +0.8 pic.twitter.com/FXHa5R0lwb