Trump, Biden Final Arguments At Opposite Ends On COVID-19

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are offering opposing visions of responding to the coronavirus crisis as a new wave of cases mounts just ahead of Election Day. 

Biden warned of a “dark winter” at Thursday night’s debate as new cases in the United States near a record high and hospitalizations rise again. 

Despite this worsening outlook, Trump struck an optimistic message, saying the virus is “going away” and the country is “rounding the turn.”

Republicans think they have an opening in warning that Biden is open to further business closures, noting that many people are tired of precautions to deal with the virus. 

“Optimism is more powerful in voters’ minds than pessimism, and frankly people are restless,” said Ford O’Connell, a Republican strategist. 

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