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Published On: Tue, Nov 3rd, 2020

He Feels “Very Good” About Chances For Victory Says Trump

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elections_2WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump said he felt good about his chances for victory as the US election opened Tuesday, predicting that he would register big victories in key states such as Florida and Arizona.
“We feel very good,” a hoarse-voiced Trump told Fox News in a phone interview. “I think we’ll have victory.”Trump said he expected victory in all the key states that will decide the election.

“We think we are winning Texas very big. We think we are winning Florida very big. We think we are winning Arizona very big,” he said. “I think we are going to do very well in North Carolina. I think we are going to do well in Pennsylvania. We think we are doing very well everywhere.”
Running behind in most opinion polls, Trump bashed Democratic opponent Joe Biden, “biased” media and the “extreme” left as he repeated his argument for reelection to four more years in the White House.”Joe Biden is not prime time,” he said.
“I think we are going to do very well in North Carolina. I think we are going to do well in Pennsylvania. We think we are doing very well everywhere. “Running behind in most opinion polls, Trump bashed Democratic opponent Joe Biden, “biased” media and the “extreme” left as he repeated his argument for reelection to four more years in the White House.
“Joe Biden is not prime time” he said.Trump called it “terrible” and “dangerous” that millions of votes mailed in might still not be counted on Wednesday.  But he downplayed allegations that he planned to prematurely declare victory Tuesday evening before enough of the vote is tallied to determine the winner. “I think we’ll have victory, but only when there’s victory,” he said.
Trump called it “terrible” and “dangerous” that millions of votes mailed in might still not be counted on Wednesday.But he downplayed allegations that he planned to prematurely declare victory Tuesday evening before enough of the vote is tallied to determine the winner.
“I think we’ll have victory, but only when there’s victory,” he said. “Theres no reason to play games.”Trump said he expected victory in all the key states that will decide the election, but said he would not “play games” by declaring his win too early.
“We think we are winning Texas very big. We think we are winning Florida very big. We think we are winning Arizona very big,” he said.”I think we are going to do very well in North Carolina. I think we are going to do well in Pennsylvania. We think we are doing very well everywhere.”biden
predicting that he would register big wins in key states such as Florida and Arizona. Trump called it “terrible” and “dangerous” that millions of votes mailed in might still not be counted on Wednesday.

But he downplayed allegations that he planned to prematurely declare victory Tuesday evening before enough of the vote is tallied to determine the winner.”I think we’ll have victory, but only when there’s victory,” he said.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s top domestic security official appealed to voters to be patient in waiting for election results after reports that the president could rush to claim victory. “Voters should be patient while waiting for the outcome of this year’s election. It is important to recognize that this process may require time,” said Chad Wolf, the acting secretary of homeland security, AFP reported.

Former US president Bill Clinton said that he and his wife cast their ballots for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, asserting that they will work tirelessly to build a better future.
“Hillary and I just proudly cast our ballots for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. They will work tirelessly to heal our divisions and build a better future for all of us. If you haven’t done so already, vote today!,” he tweeted.
US vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris said that when Biden and she are in the White House, they will ensure vaccines are free to all and also implement nationwide testing and tracing. “When @JoeBiden and I are in the White House we’ll listen to scientists, promote masks to save lives, implement nationwide testing and tracing, and ensure vaccines are free to all,” she tweeted.
(With Media Reports).

 

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