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Piers Morgan blames the Democrats and Joe Biden for the close election race


"We were told this was going to be a landslide!" Piers Morgan blames the Democrats and Joe Biden's lackluster campaign for a closer than predicted presidential election

  • The Democratic candidate failed to turn key states like Florida around
  • Both Biden and Donald Trump said they are heading to 270 colleges
  • However, Morgan said it was clear that the former vice president's campaign had stalled

Piers Morgan interfered in Joe Biden's lackluster presidential campaign – which depended on some battlefield states this morning when the elections were to the core.

Trump supporters triumph after the president defied drubbing expectations and stuck to the states won in 2016.

"We were told this was going to be a landslide. The national poll was about 10 points apart," Morgan said.

& # 39; This would be a rejection of the monster, but it seems that Frankenstein has lost control of the monster. & # 39;

The Democratic candidate failed to flip major raiding states like Florida and Ohio and pull off the blue wash that his supporters had touted.

Trump claimed election victory, saying he would go to the Supreme Court and raise charges of "fraud".

With multiple battlefields left in the game, Biden gave a boost to supporters by insisting that he head for the 270 electoral college votes to secure him the White House.

Even so, Morgan said whatever the outcome, it was clear that the former Vice President's campaign had stalled, contrasting with the president's lightning stops in recent days.

Trump claimed election victory, saying he would go to the Supreme Court and raise charges of "fraud".

With multiple battlefields left in the game, Biden gave a boost to supporters and insisted he steer toward the 270 electoral college votes that the White House will earn him

With multiple battlefields left in the game, Biden gave a boost to supporters and insisted he head for the 270 electoral college votes that would bring him the White House

The Good Morning Britain host said, “Who have we really noticed in the past 10 days?

“We hardly saw Joe Biden, he hardly conducted any interviews, his rallies were very small, he complied with all coronavirus rules.

& # 39; Trump ignored all these rules, he had these gigantic rallies that made him almost hoarse yesterday morning during his last interview about Fox.

& # 39; If Trump wins this, there will be serious questions for Joe Biden and the Democrats. Why was he hiding? Why wasn't he on the forefoot much earlier in this campaign? & # 39;

77-year-old Biden ran a campaign promising to heal a nation divided for the past four years and largely agreed to have won the Safe Couple Hands nomination.

Morgan said the Democrats had to undo their last two election strategy of selecting candidates whose main selling point was "I'm not Donald Trump, he's evil".

"If that loses again, the Democrats don't have to rethink their strategy and choose a candidate who at least likes Barack Obama in 2008 and has a message to America that isn't" I'm not my opponent. "

Morgan said the Democrats had to undo their last two election strategy of selecting candidates whose main selling point was "I'm not Donald Trump, he's evil".

Morgan, a longtime friend of the president, said Trump was "extremely optimistic" about winning Florida and Pennsylvania on a phone conversation 10 days ago.

Florida was a must-see for Trump and was seen by the Biden campaign as a route to the presidency, but it stayed red.

Pennsylvania still hasn't broken down and the race practically depends on who takes it.

Morgan said Trump was confident of winning the developed nation after responding to Biden remarks in the second debate that he would cut fracking.

Biden supporters warn that a rally for President Trump could be a "red mirage" and that postal ballot papers affect the balance for Biden if they are counted.

But Trump's supporters triumphed that her husband defied expectations of drubbing as he did four years ago.

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