October 26, 2020: CBS aired interviews with Donald Trump and Joe Biden on 60 Minutes on Sunday. Trump is holding three rallies in Pennsylvania on Monday.
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“For Mr. Biden, an all-in strategy could carry risks.
Mrs. Clinton was criticized for not visiting Wisconsin in the general election, even as she campaigned during the final days of the race in Arizona, which Mr. Trump ended up winning. Some of her former aides later acknowledged they put too many resources in states that wound up not being competitive.
Mr. Trump’s team during the current campaign has frequently pointed to polling in 2016 that showed Mrs. Clinton leading in the final weeks and has noted that Mr. Trump was significantly outspent.”
– Sabrina Siddiqui and Ken Thomas, The Wall Street Journal
As of Sunday, 58.6 million people had voted early or absentee in the 2020 election, exceeding the total early votes (58 million) for the 2016 election.
Trump cast his ballot in-person in Florida on Saturday. “I voted for a guy named Trump,” he said.
CBS aired interviews with Trump and Joe Biden on 60 Minutes on Sunday. The candidates and their running mates discussed the state of the election, coronavirus pandemic, economy, suburban women voters, and race.