When asked about his stamina following his stint with coronavirus, President Donald Trump says he feels great.
He’s feeling so great in fact, that he says he may do 5 rallies a day as the election approaches.
President Trump said that there has never been a politician who has drawn such large crowds.
If you look at the size of the crowds he’s drawn, it’s hard to argue against that point.
Joe Biden in the meantime, has retreated back to his basement.
CBS 17 has more on President Trump's energy:
Before departing for a rally in Tucson, President Trump told reporters that emotionally he is campaigning while angry, happy, and very content.
He also says he may do up to five rallies a day as election day approaches.
“I might. The last two or three days, we may go to five,” the president said after being asked would he do five rallies a day.
Trump also commented on how the stock market is doing and how the country is doing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Yeah, I think that we’re winning over voters by having such a success. Look, our stock market is almost at the all-time high in our history. And that’s with a pandemic. And I know you don’t like saying this, but — and I believe we’re rounding the turn on the pandemic very substantially and the vaccines will come out,” Trump said. “But with all of this, we have the best 401(k)s we’ve ever had. We’ve had the best stocks, the best stock market, which is — you know, whether you like stock market or not, it’s a leading indicator — the all-time leading indicator. And many people have stocks. But whether they have stocks or 401(k)s, so — you know, I mean, we’re doing incredibly well.”
While President Trump's energy and enthusiasm are still sky high following his bout with coronavirus, Joe Biden took a 4-day vacation to his basement.
Here's more on Biden retreating to his basement via the New York Post:
Back into the basement he goes.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is back at his Wilmington, Del., home and will not return to the campaign trail until after his face-off with President Trump at Thursday night’s debate.
The former vice president landed in his home state Sunday evening after campaigning in North Carolina, after which the Biden campaign called a lid.
“Calling a lid” refers to a candidate or campaign indicating to the press that they will not be holding any more events, usually for the day.
The Democrat will be focused heavily on prepping for his second and final debate, with no public events on his schedule.
A spokesperson for the Biden campaign did not respond to The Post’s request for comment on the matter.
The coronavirus pandemic hit the United States in mid-March, just after the former vice president had secured the Democratic nomination.
As a result, Biden was forced to begin campaigning virtually from his Delaware home, where his campaign built a television studio.
President Trump's strategy may be paying off, as new data shows he is rallying new voters, many of which are not Republicans.