Trump news: President calls out ‘Barack Hussain Obama’ as supporter at Florida rally appears to make ‘white power’ symbol
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Donald Trump returned Friday with a rally aimed at high-profile voters in the Florida Villages retirement community.
Trump made eyebrow-raising claims such as Biden taking off the seniors' air conditioning and remembering Barack Hussain Obama when a member of the crowd appeared to be whistling the so-called "white power" dog in the background.
Meanwhile, Biden returned to his home state of Delaware to outline his plan for a coronavirus pandemic a day after the US set a record for the number of new Covid-19 cases, and announced a mask mandate for all interstate transports and in all federal buildings.
The candidates emerged from their last personal debate, which turned out to be a remarkably civil affair with lower ratings than their previous encounter.
Trump was also back at the White House to announce a historic peace deal between Israel and Sudan. Five more - including Saudi Arabia - are expected to be revealed after the dam broke with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in recent weeks.
Trump tried to get Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to attack Biden on a phone call in front of reporters. Bibi didn't take the bait, and commentators noted that he is likely keeping an eye on the current election numbers.
Veteran GOP pollster Frank Luntz said Trump may have won the battle of the previous debate, but Biden won the war. He says it is "impossible" for the president to turn voter sentiment this late in the election cycle.
Trump is also up against a campaign that broke all records for its television and digital advertising spending in the presidential election. More than a week to go until the end of the polls.
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