The Daily Populous

Monday November 2nd, 2020 morning edition

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"My response is the president is not going to steal this election," Biden told reporters before leaving an event for Rep. Brendan Boyle's (D-Pa.) reelection campaign in Philadelphia.

Trump and Biden campaigned in Pennsylvania this weekend, with Trump holding four rallies in the Keystone State on Saturday and Biden headlining a number of events on Sunday.

The Democratic nominee is also set to spend all of Monday campaigning in the battleground state.

Pennsylvania's early count is likely to favor Trump because of state laws against counting mail-in ballots before Election Day.

Numerous polls show Biden leading the president in Pennsylvania.

The RealClearPolitics average shows Biden leading Trump by 4 points in the state.

Trump won the state by roughly a point in 2016, contributing to what was widely considered a surprise victory. »

Demonstrators burn Trump effigies in Mexico during border wall protest

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Protesters burned effigies of President Trump Donald John TrumpPoll: Trump leads Biden by 7 points in Iowa Biden campaign cancels event in Texas after pro-Trump cars surrounded its bus Obama shooting three pointer while campaigning for Biden goes viral MORE and Border Patrol agents during a demonstration in Mexico against the U.S. border wall on Saturday.

Reuters reported that several dozen demonstrators at a Tijuana protest called on U.S. voters to oust Trump in Tuesday's election, while criticizing the president's assertion that Mexico would pay for his plan to build fencing along the U.S.-Mexico border.

“We’re calling on people to vote against Trump and in favor of hope. »

AOC Calls Caravan of Trump Supporters on NYC Bridge a 'Pileup of Chumps'

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In the caption, it reads: "I hope AOC isn't using the Whitestone Bridge today there is a lot of traffic!"

Katie Naranjo, who is the Democratic Party chair in Travis County, said the Trump supporters in Austin were trying to "bully" and "intimidate" Biden supporters.

Ocasio-Cortez's comments come a little more than four years after 2016 Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton called Trump supporters a "basket of deplorables." »

Boris Johnson accused of 'giving in to scientific advisers' as England heads for lockdown

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London (CNN) Boris Johnson was accused of "giving in to scientific advisers" by a former leader of his Conservative Party after the UK Prime Minister announced a lockdown for England following weeks of warnings from the experts.

Sage first suggested stronger restrictions six weeks ago , when it called for a short "circuit-breaker" lockdown to bring case numbers down.

A man wearing a mask passes the London Eye on Thursday as England prepares for a month-long lockdown. »