With only 39 days to go until the election, President Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are fighting in very different ways.
On Friday, the commander-in-chief kept his hectic schedule and hosted four campaign events in three different states while Biden continued to retreat.
While national polls show Biden remains the favorite to win the White House on November 3rd, Trump doesn't take any chances – he flies from Florida to Georgia to Washington, DC to Virginia within 12 hours.
During his action-packed day, Trump repeatedly taunted Biden for his leisurely campaigning style, once saying, “This guy never goes out. It's awful, isn't it? & # 39;
President Donald Trump kept up his hectic schedule on Friday, hosting four campaign events in three different states. He starts his morning at a "Latinos For Trump" round table in Florida
The president can be seen after two election stops at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland
Trump ended his action-packed day with a rally in Newport News, Virginia
Meanwhile, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden stuck to a much more leisurely schedule. He only appeared in public once on Friday, paying tribute to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the U.S. Capitol
At the beginning of the day, the President woke up in Florida at his Trump National Doral Miami, where he hosted a round table "Latinos for Trump" at 11 am.
Trump struck Biden during the event, claiming the Democratic contender had "sold out" the Hispanic-American community through offshoring jobs.
Trump described himself as a "wall between the American dream and chaos and a horror show".
Numerous supporters stood in front of the Doral Resort, including several who waved "Latinos For Trump" and "Cubans For Trump".
From there the president flew to Atlanta, Georgia, where he tried to find support among black voters.
Trump slammed Biden during his round table in Florida, claiming the Democratic contender "sold out" the Hispanic-American community through offshoring jobs
Latino Trump supporters sit down as part of the campaign event at Trump National Doral Resort Friday morning
Numerous supporters stood in front of the Doral Resort, including several who waved "Latinos For Trump" and "Cubans For Trump"
Georgia voted Republicans in the last six elections but is now considered a swing state.
At 2:30 pm, Trump appeared at a Black Economic Empowerment event where he insisted that as President for African Americans he "did more than I promised."
"I've done more for the black community in 47 months … than Joe Biden did in 47 years," he said, repeatedly referring to Biden's Legislative Act when he co-sponsored crime-fighting legislation in the 1990s that many did Experts said incarceration rates were high for black Americans.
Trump said he unveiled a "platinum plan" aimed at raising capital for African Americans, creating three million new jobs for the black community, and implementing "the highest standards of policing."
President Trump waves as he arrives at Dobbins Air Reserve Base for a campaign rally in Atlanta
After touching down in Georgia, Trump appeared at a Black Economic Empowerment event where he insisted that as President he "do more than I promised" for African Americans
Trump is seen bumping into the elbow of former soccer star Herschel Walker at the event in Atlanta, Georgia
Supporters are seen as President Trump speaks in Atlanta
The energetic president, 74, then flew back to the country's capital for an 85-minute fundraiser early that evening at his hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Biden and the Democrats clearly outperformed the President and Republicans last month, but Friday night's dinner should raise additional funding from the President.
After his brief appearance at that event, Trump was back on Air Force One to fly to Newport News, Virginia for a rally at 9 p.m.
While Virginia is likely to stay blue, Newport News is close enough to North Carolina's media market for the president to benefit too.
Trump's jam-packed schedule stands in striking contrast to Biden, who continues to have a minor law by comparison.
After stopping in Atlanta, Georgia on Friday afternoon, President Trump spent 85 minutes at his Washington, DC hotel participating in a fundraiser for campaigning with supporters
Trump was back at Air Force One to fly to Newport News, Virginia for a 9 p.m. rally. Supporters prepare for the event earlier in the evening
Trump supporters await the arrival of the President in Newport News, Virginia
Biden traveled to Washington from his Delaware home on Friday to attend a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol while the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was there in the state.
However, there were no personal campaigns on the former vice president's plan.
The 77-year-old has been cautious about the coronavirus pandemic and spent months mostly at his Delaware home.
While he has stepped up his campaigns in swing states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, his events are narrow with only occasional interactions with voters.
The Democratic candidate visited Florida last week to start Hispanic Heritage Month, but the event didn't have a large audience.
Trump waves before boarding Air Force One as he heads for a campaign event in Newport News, Virginia after a brief appearance at a DC fundraiser
Trump and Vice President Mike Pence perform in Virginia on Friday night
Some Democrats are on strike in Biden because he refuses to hold more personal rallies or travel broader.
The former vice president has blamed the coronavirus pandemic, but Texas Democratic Party chairman Gilberto Hinojosa told Fox News it was "a pretty lame excuse".
& # 39; I thought he had his own plane. He doesn't have to sit on a commercial airline with a space between someone else like me, ”Hinojosa explained.
Hinojosa believes Biden is missing out on the opportunity to connect with Hispanic voters in states like Texas and Arizona, which could prove crucial on November 3rd.
However, the Biden campaign stands by their decision to host lots of virtual events and keep travel to a minimum.
"We campaign safely and effectively and our message reaches voters in battlefield states and generates the enthusiasm and energy we need to beat Donald Trump," said Biden spokesman TJ Ducklo.
The Democratic US presidential candidate Joe Biden, who pays his respects to the coffin of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has avoided holding large rallies and instead opted for smaller campaign events and virtual appearances