By FRANCISCO RODRÍGUEZ GARCÍA
Director and Publisher ABCDEAMERICA.COM
Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be the protagonists this Super Tuesday of the closest and most bitter presidential election in a century.
The democracy of the United States is at stake, the world is waiting. And from very early, from Twitter, the public square par excellence of modern politics, both candidates began to line up batteries to finish convincing their potential voters, who in fact already in number of almost 100 million voters, have already made their decision.
But the real electoral super Tuesday in the United States is this November 3, 2020 and the countdown to the election of a new president, or the reelection of Trump, has begun.
What Trump says
From his Twitter account, these were the first appreciations of Trump since the early hours of the morning.
“We have run the race We have fought the good fight I am honored to have campaigned until Election Day with @TeamTrumpOnTour ending in PA.”
“We will meet with the volunteers tomorrow before we go home. Pray for the United States and for the extension of freedom in the United States”.
“To all our fans: thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have been there from the beginning and I will never let you down”.
“Your hopes are my hopes, your dreams are my dreams, and your future is what I fight for every day”.
Joe Biden’s onslaught
For his part, Democrat Joe Biden, also woke up early, but was much sharper and more forceful than his opponent.
“I am running as a proud Democrat, but I will rule as American President.”
“I will work with Democrats and Republicans, and I will work just as hard for those who don’t support me as I do for those who do. Because that is the job of a president ”.
“Under President Trump: More than 230,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, 30 million people have lost hours, paychecks or jobs, Almost one in five small businesses have closed”.
“Are you better than four years ago? As president, I will: Rebuild our infrastructure, fight climate change, create millions of well-paying jobs ” “It is time to rebuild better, together. If we give Donald Trump another four years in the White House, our planet will never recover. “