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Presidential elections of the United States, who will win ?

 


The US presidential race between Trump and Biden continues, and the latest debate ignites the competition.

US President Donald Trump and his rival, Democratic candidate Joe Biden, exchanged accusations on several issues during their recent presidential debate.

The debate began with a discussion of the Corona crisis, as Trump defended his management of the crisis, saying that his measures helped reduce the number of deaths.

But Biden accused the Trump administration of underestimating the crisis and not taking responsibility as it should.

He said that Trump should not continue as president after the death of more than 220,000 Americans due to Corona.

Trump responded to his rival, saying his policies had saved lives. And he spoke of a vaccine being available within weeks, although he was unable to provide guarantees.

The US President accused his rival Biden of seeking to impose a lockdown in the country.

The two candidates also exchanged accusations related to financial corruption, with Trump saying his rival got money from Russia. On the other hand, Biden raised the issue of a Trump bank account in China.

There doesn't seem to be a winner in it yet, but in terms of length of time to speak, Trump has outdone Biden.

According to CNN, Trump spoke for more than 41 minutes, while Biden spoke for 37 minutes and 53 seconds.

The debate, which was held in Nashville, Tennessee, comes 12 days before the scheduled vote. Biden is ahead of Trump in polls so far.

A debate scheduled for last week was canceled after it was announced that Trump had been infected with the Corona virus.

Before the debate, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows confirmed that Trump had taken a coronavirus test, and that the result was negative.

This came after the Biden campaign announced that the Corona test result for the Democratic candidate, who was Vice President during the Obama administration, was negative.

According to reports, more than 42 million Americans have cast their early votes in the presidential race so far, ahead of Voting Day on November 3.


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