Good morning …
… And welcome to another day of coverage of American election politics and the Covid crisis. Elections are two weeks and two days away, and Joe Biden has a decent lead over Donald Trump in most national polls and many polls in fierce battle states.
Trump is heading to at least three such states today: Michigan, to convey “opinions about supporting the American way of life.” Night rally in the “Red Zone” of Covid, Wisconsin. Then to Nevada.
Jo Walters for a trip to Wisconsin is:
on Sunday, Biden heads to North Carolina, A state where many believe Trump must win to find a way to victory in the Electoral College. Fivethirtyeight.com has Biden there, but only 3.1%. The situation investigation by David Smith is as follows:
Johns Hopkins on Friday in Covid News The number of cases in the United States exceeded 8 million and nearly 220,000 diedTrump blames the country, even though Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s most renowned public health expert, says the White House task force is rarely meeting anymore, but at a campaign event. Attendees confirming that they are ignoring public health measures will sign a disclaimer to avoid catching bloody things.
Here is a review of Lloyd Green Andrew Cuomo’s new book Early in the crisis, when the Governor of New York fought both the virus and the hostile White House:
The details are as follows …