But public polling shows the race in Texas, historically a red state, as a statistical tie. It was Mr. Trump’s 16th trip to Texas, and he also attended a fundraiser in Odessa that brought in about $7 million for his reelection campaign and the GOP. Texas is in the grip of a resurgence of the coronavirus, and the president urged residents to “remain vigilant.” He cited a broad range of help from the federal government, including medicines and protective gear for healthcare workers.
Underscoring the rise in cases, Rep. Louis Gohmert, Texas Republican, tested positive for COVID-19 at the White House on Wednesday morning and did not fly on Air Force One with the president to Texas, as planned. And the GOP candidate for Texas’ 7th Congressional District, Wesley Hunt, reported on Twitter that he, too, tested positive on his way to the president’s events and returned home. The president highlighted his policies that have spurred an increase of U.S. oil and gas production by 3.1 million barrels per day, including a doubling of production in the Permian Basin in West Texas.
A Biden win would destroy the nation and world. Biden has not done one thing with over 40 years in Washington and 8 years as vice-president.