United States President and Republican nominee Donald Trump has predicted a massive Republican sweep in the upcoming presidential election in US on November 3 , even after multiple polls have shown that Trump trailing Democratic rival and former Vice-president Joe Biden all across the States. President Donald Trump said in a tweet that “Polls numbers are looking very strong. Big crowds, great enthusiasm. Massive RED WAVE coming!!!”, after four days of his re-election campaign this week which he resumed after he and his wife First lady Melania Trump tested positive for Covid-19 on October 1.
Huge crowd came to watch and support Donald Trump during his rally
Significantly huge crowd is being drawn towards the Presidential campaign rallies of Donald Trump despite the social distancing and safety measures in every place in the States due to ongoing global pandemic of Covid-19. On Friday, Real Clear Politics tracker said that Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s national average lead was 8.9 percentage points against Donald Trump.
Mainstream media is predicting a double digit lead for Joe Biden
However, the mainstream media in Sates in its polls are predicting a nearly of double-digit lead for former vice president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden despite of claims made by Donald trump., According to Real Clear Politics, Until a week ago Joe Biden’s national lead was around 11 percentage points, with some of the media polls giving the Democratic challenger a lead of more than 15 per cent.
Donald Trump told his supporters in the Greenville city of North Carolina that “We are going to have a red wave,”, a battleground states where some 10,000 people came to listen to him during his Presidential campaign rally on a weekday afternoon. “This is a hell of a crowd for 1:30 in the afternoon,” Trump said during his rally in Greenville. “Our people want to go, they want to vote. It’s going to be a big, beautiful, red wave,” he said later in his speech. In the battleground states, Joe Biden is leading by 4.5 percentage points, which is considered to be a significant one ahead of the Presidential polls.