World News – GB – Trump will have ‘landslide victory’, 2 White House leaders predict


Senior White House officials predict President Donald Trump will have a « landslide victory » over Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as polls begin to close across the country

Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and senior adviser, and Kayleigh McEnany, the president’s press secretary, appeared on Fox News on Tuesday, where they said they believed Trump would decisively beat Biden

« People haven’t spoken to pollsters, and we think it’s going to be a landslide victory and we won’t even need to take this in other days, » Lara said

« I predict now we win Nevada, we win Minnesota I believe the president has a landslide and this litigation talk is nothing, » McEnany said

Although election forecasts indicate that the president has a likely chance of being re-elected, he is unlikely to win by a large margin. He is also unlikely to win with 306 votes in the constituencies that ‘he won in the 2016 election, as polls in crucial battlefield states showed him lagging behind his Democratic opponent

Their statements come as the first exit polls showed that 93% of voters had already made a decision before election day By comparison, only 4% said they only picked a presidential candidate last week, Politico reports

A majority of Trump voters say they support the president, while 14% say they vote against Biden

Three in ten Biden voters say they vote against Trump, while two-thirds say they chose to vote for the Democratic challenger out of enthusiasm for him

A majority of voters cited three major issues that helped them identify who to vote for president, including the US economy, the coronavirus pandemic and racial injustice, NBC News reported

According to the survey, most voters said the economy was a critical issue in the way they voted Twenty-one percent cited racial inequality as the main issue, while 18% said that the coronavirus pandemic was a top priority

Trump supporters were more likely to focus on the US economy and law and order as the core issues they voted for president on Biden supporters were more likely to cite the COVID-19 health crisis and racial injustice Poll polled early voters and on election day Americans finally vote to choose between four more years President Donald Trump or his challenger, Democrat Joe Biden Photo: AFP / JIM WATSON

Donald Trump, Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary Joe Biden, President of the United States

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