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Trump, Biden Appeal to Voters After Hitting Campaign Trail in Midwest

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Although the Supreme Court is by far the hottest topic in Washington right now, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden ignored that issue on the campaign trail in the key swing state of Wisconsin Monday. 

He focused instead on the coronavirus and attacking the president's handling of the disease.

"Trump panicked. The virus was too big for him," Biden said. "All his life, Donald Trump has been bailed out. Many problems he faced with this crisis, a real crisis, the crisis that required serious presidential leadership. He just wasn't up to it. He froze. He failed to act. He panicked. And Americans paid the worst price of any nation in the world." 

The president - also on the campaign trail in Ohio - accused Biden of being weak and saying Biden would fail in his attempts to deal with the virus, just like he has with other challenges.

"My plan is to crush the virus," Trump declared. "Biden's plan - and it's not that he wants to crush America, but he will, just out of gross incompetence. Biden will surrender to the virus, just like he surrendered to China. And just like he surrendered to the radical left."

The president also once again warned that mail-in balloting "is going to be one of the great catastrophes."

The first presidential debate will be held a week from tonight in Cleveland, Ohio.

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