US election roundup: Trump, Biden intensify campaign, poll spending reaches nearly $14bn & more

US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden have intensified their poll campaigns for the November 3 presidential elections, both on the ground and in the virtual domain, making a case before Americans as to why they should vote for them.

Trump, a Republican, is seeking re-election to the White House. Biden, 77, who has been a Senator for several decades and was a vice president during the Obama Administration is urging his countrymen to put him in the Oval Office for a four-year-term beginning January 20, 2021.

On Friday, Trump addressed three rallies in battleground States of Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota which the president hopes to wrest from the Democrats after several decades.

Biden, whose campaign has mostly been in the virtual domain, including through zoom calls, was also campaigning in three states of Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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