Trump on Campaign in the Pivotal State of Pennsylvania
President Trump is on a campaign in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. State results may, according to some observers, determine the outcome of the upcoming election.
The odds that the winner in this state will have the entire country behind him is very high, according to the probability calculators who pounce on the American elections.
Trump addresses his supporters at an airport near Johnstown. Local media reported that the temperature of the people who come to Trump’s meeting would be measured. And people who arrive without a mask will get one at the entrance. Trump has had the coronavirus, but no longer has it among members.
Joe Biden was in this place east of Pittsburgh on Sept. 30. Johnstown has a population of approximately 20,000 and was severely affected by flooding and the collapse of the metal industry in the 1990s.
The singer Bruce Springsteen regrets the place in two of his songs, in The River the lack of work at the ‘Johnstown Company’ is mentioned and in ‘Highway Patrolman’ the ‘Johnstown Flood’ is mentioned.
Trump was the first Republican presidential candidate in a long time to win Pennsylvania in 2016, albeit with a minimum lead of 0.7 percent. For Trump, voters in the state rallied behind a Democratic presidential candidate six times in a row.
The president is now in polls in Pennsylvania by nearly 44 percent behind Biden who got over 51 percent of those polled.