reOnald Trump is nervous. Under bombardment and boosterism, the president fears losing the elections in two weeks. It starts to appear.
“Can you imagine if I lose?” he told a rally crowd in Macon, Georgia on Friday night. “I’m not going to feel so good. Maybe I’ll have to leave the country, I don’t know.
Joe Biden, he assured the thousands of people gathered on the tarmac at Middle Georgia regional airport, is the “worst candidate in the history of presidential politics.” But that makes the specter of defeat all the more disturbing: “I wish he had been a good candidate, it puts more pressure when you run against a guy like this.”
Are these the last days of the Trump presidency?