US voters appear ready to punish Trump for his reckless behaviour

With increasing numbers of its staff either in quarantine, infected or working from home, the White House has become a symbol of Trump’s mismanagement of the pandemic

11th October, 2020
US voters appear ready to punish Trump for his reckless behaviour
US president Donald Trump removes his mask on the Truman Balcony on his return to the White House after receiving treatment for Covid-19

Something has shifted in the 2020 US presidential race.

For the first time, not only are Democrats talking about a victory, they’re talking about a possible landslide – a trifecta that would hand them control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives. It would be a rebuke of Donald Trump’s leadership that was unthinkable just six months ago.

For months, Trump’s campaign was unruffled by Joe Biden’s narrow...

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