Follow today, Tuesday, October 27, everything about the Elections in the United States, polls, debates and the latest news of the presidential candidate’s Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
The presidential elections in the United States will be held on November 3 , the date on which we will know if Donald Trump extends his term for four more years or if the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, will be the new highest authority in the White House.
The electoral contest has already started in advance since last October 19, in person or by mail. It is estimated that more than 60 million Americans have voted so far.
The latest polls show a certain advantage for the Democratic candidate over the Republican, with a margin between 8 and 11 percentage points. This only reflects the intention of the vote, as the vote is indirect. Both candidates for the presidency of the United States, as well as their political associates, still continue with activities in the so-called pendulum states to capture the favoritism of the population.
Last Thursday, October 22, the third and last debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was held, the accusations between the two candidates for the presidency of the United States were not exempt .
Latest news, Elections in the US today Tuesday, October 27
14:05 Reveal Hunter Biden’s “business” in Colombia
Hunter Biden, son of the candidate for the presidency of the United States Joe Biden, has been pointed out by the portal Dakye Caller of having used the relationships between his father and the former president of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos to do large business in Colombia.
“In 2017, Hunter Biden and a group of business partners seeking an investment agreement with a Chinese energy company touted Joe Biden’s friendly relations with the president of Colombia in their sales proposal, which suggested a series of oil investments in the South American country ”, indicate the documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.
NEW: In 2017, Hunter Biden and a group of business partners seeking a $10 million investment deal with a Chinese energy firm touted Joe Biden’s friendly relations with Colombia’s president in their sales proposal
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 27, 2020
1:30 p.m. Brad Pitt and other artists support Biden
Brad Pitt joined the list of artists supporting Democratic candidate Joe Biden by lending his voice for a new campaign ad that premiered with a week to go before the November 3 election.
“America is a place for everyone. Those who choose this country, who fight for it. Some Republicans, some Democrats, and most in the middle looking for the same thing: someone who understands their hopes, dreams and sorrows, ”Pitt says.
13:05 Judge rejects that the Government defends Trump
A New York judge on October 27 rejected the proposal of the United States Department of Justice to defend Donald Trump against a lawsuit by a woman who said in 2019 that the president raped her.
E. Jean Carroll, 76, alleges that Trump sexually assaulted her in the locker room of the upscale Bergdorf Goodman department store on Fifth Avenue in New York in the mid-1990s.
The Justice Dept. CANNOT intervene in @EJeanCarroll's lawsuit, a federal judge rules.
"Even if he were such an 'employee,' President Trump's allegedly defamatory statements concerning Ms. Carroll would not have been within the scope of his employment." pic.twitter.com/zpx99xyuS9
— Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) October 27, 2020
She sued the Republican billionaire in November of last year in New York state, for the alleged crime of libel, saying she was “lying” about the assault.
12:30 They ask to vote in person
David Becker, executive director of the Center for Election Research and Innovation, told The Washington Post that people should vote in person and not by mail.
As I say in this excellent piece, there will be problems during the election. 150M Americans are doing an unusual thing in a process run by 1M volunteers. That doesn't mean the election doesn't have integrity. There are many checks and balances in place. VOTE! https://t.co/hAOxQWpZ0R
— David Becker (@beckerdavidj) October 27, 2020
The official said using the mail at that point could cause ballots not to arrive in time to be counted. “Voters who have requested ballots but have not yet returned them by mail must vote in person.”
12:00 Poll reveals Trump’s approach to Biden
A poll by Rasmussen Reports, puts Joe Biden with a 49% advantage of the votes, that is, 2% over Trump, who adds 47%.
The national online and telephone survey of likely US voters shows that two percent are still undecided; notes the company.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 27, 2020
Also, Trump gets 82% support among Republicans. Biden has 78% of the Democratic vote and leads by three among voters who are not affiliated with any of the major parties.
11:30 am Hungarian Minister “begs” Trump to win
Viktor Orbán, the ultra-nationalist Prime Minister of Hungary, pointed out this October 27 that he is crossing his fingers that US President Donald Trump will be re-elected in the elections on November 3.
“We crossed our fingers for Trump’s victory,” Orbán said, awarding outgoing US Ambassador David B. Cornstein the Hungarian Order of Me
We root for @realDonaldTrump's victory & welcome the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court,
says Hungary's PM Viktor Orban
— Visegrad 24 🇨🇿🇭🇺🇵🇱🇸🇰 (@visegrad24) October 27, 2020
The reason for the European’s sympathy for the US leader is because “Hungary felt openness, sincerity and a friendly approach from the US,” reported a Hungarian news network.
11:00 Biden holds campaign events in Georgia
Joe Biden announced that this Tuesday he will hold campaign events in Georgia. According to his press officer, the Democrat plans to deliver a message in the early afternoon in Warm Springs, calling on Americans to work together to overcome the crisis the country is going through.
Georgia is a state that has not voted Democratic since 1982. This has been seen by experts as a possibility of victory one week before the elections.
10:30 The Boston Herald backs Trump
The Boston Herald newspaper announced its support for Donald Trump through an editorial in which they stressed that the United States needs “decisive action to return us to the pre-pandemic force, not an unfeasible spending spree in the name of a progressive utopia.”
The Herald endorses President Trump https://t.co/4AGrcJfYPI
— Boston Herald (@bostonherald) October 27, 2020
The Boston Herald backs Donald Trump as president, ends the column published this Tuesday, October 27.
10:00 Israelis march in favor of Trump
Dozens of people have participated in a caravan in support of the president and candidate for re-election, Donald Trump. The journey of the vehicles began in Tel Aviv until they reached the US embassy, located in Jerusalem.
9:30 Biden wants the EU as a preferred partner
According to Kamala Harris, running mate of Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate wants the European Union (EU) to once again be a “preferred partner” of the US, away from the hostility of Donald Trump.
“We will seek greater cooperation with the European Union working to improve transatlantic trade, tackling climate change with joint research and development in clean energy technologies, and working together to promote democratic norms at home and abroad,” Harris anticipated to the EFE agency.
Likewise, it will seek to strengthen its alliance with NATO, which it promises to modernize to face Russia and China.
9:00 Biden and Harris will end Trump’s policies
The Democratic candidate for the Vice Presidency of the United States , Kamala Harris , affirmed that if she and Joe Biden arrive at the White House , they will end Donald Trump’s policies that restrict the right to asylum.
The current occupant of the White House would rather ignore the pandemic than admit he mishandled it. pic.twitter.com/I8EEr7pXww
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) October 26, 2020
“The Biden and Harris Administration will protect our border, while ensuring the dignity of migrants and defending their legal right to seek asylum, including the end of the ‘Stay in Mexico’ program and ‘safe third country’ agreements with the nations. Central America ”, he pointed out to a foreign media.
8:30 Prestigious newspaper supports Trump’s candidacy
The New York Post newspaper confirmed support for Donald Trump’s candidacy.
Through an editorial, the media asked for the vote for the Republican, considering it as a key element for the economic recovery after the pandemic, it will be stronger and faster, just as it was before the coronavirus crisis.