Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris on Saturday extended greetings to Hindu community in the USA on Navratri and wished for victory of good over evil once again.
The US presidential election is scheduled for November 3, with Trump, Republican candidate, contesting against Joe Biden, former vice-president of the country and Democratic candidate. Senator Harris, who scripted history in U.S. politics by becoming the first Indian-American and Black woman to get a major party's vice presidential nomination, also extended greetings on Navratri.
According to RealClearPolitics, national polling shows that Biden has a commanding lead over Trump.
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"This race is far closer than some of the punditry we're seeing on Twitter and on TV would suggest", she wrote. If we were to move our town hall with President Trump to a later timeslot we would be violating our commitment to offer both campaigns access to the same audience and the same forum.
Dillon also made similar comments earlier in the week on social media.
"Please take the fact that we are not ahead by double digits", Dillon said.
"I am not going to feel so good, maybe I will have to leave the country, I don't know", Trump said. "Those are inflated national public polling numbers".
Dillion said the campaign hopes to raise an additional $234 million before Election Day after entering October with a record-breaking $432 million the Times said.