As American’s enjoyed their Labor Day holiday on Monday the focus turns in earnest now to the U.S. Presidential election in early November.
President Donald Trump talked to reporters at the White House and went after his opponent Joe Biden for being weak on trade and the economy.
Meanwhile the Democratic Party candidate visited Pennsylvania. Biden met with trade union members in the key battleground state.
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In a CBS News Battleground Tracker survey of national registered voters, 47 percent said they trust Joe Biden to make sure a safe coronavirus vaccine is available. By comparison, 34 percent said they would trust President Trump. https://t.co/0s2Tf88yVO pic.twitter.com/MXXrKLi3M1
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 7, 2020
Summoning reporters to the White House North Portico for a midday news conference, President Trump emerged and wasted little time before attacking his rival Joe Biden, who was spending the day meeting with labor leaders in southeastern Pennsylvania https://t.co/qmmgipbtrN
— CNN (@CNN) September 7, 2020