Transcript for Trump, Biden hold dueling events in battleground state, Florida
Thanks. The latest on the race for the white house with five days left to vote, more than 75 million Americans have already cast their ballots. That record number continues to climb as this year's campaign also shatters spending records. $14 billion spent overall more than 6 billion for the presidential race alone. Both trump and Biden campaigning in Tampa today. Mary Bruce is tracking it all. Good morning. Reporter: Five days to go and toy a first for this campaign. Both president trump and Joe Biden campaigning in the same state at the same time. Florida is absolutely critical. A must win for the president. It has the most electoral votes of any of the key swing states and today neither candidate is taking anything for granted. Locked in a tight race in Florida, this morning, Joe Biden and president trump set to crisscross the critical state. I'm not counting on the polls. That's why I'm heading back to Florida. We're winning big in Florida. Reporter: The president is projecting confidence but the polls show Biden with a slight lead. Today both candidates eyeing the critical I-4 corridor home to one in four Florida voters. Trump and Biden set to have dueling rallies. Overnight in Arizona the president touting his record. Over the last four years I've been delivering for hispanic Americans like never before. And hispanic American unemployment reached an all-time low prior to the pandemic. Reporter: Trump has been campaigning at a breakneck pace holding packed rallies in areas where covid cases are spiking and still ignoring the science. Overnight falsy claiming he's immune after his own covid diagnosis, celebrating with a fist bump. Here's to immunity. To immunity, people. Reporter: He's making lofty promises. . The safe vaccine is coming quickly. Reporter: Experts warn it won't likely be authorized until January or later N a newly released recording Jared Kushner bragging to journalist Bob Woodward that trump was, quote, getting the country back from the doctor's putting political strategy ahead of public health. But he's been saying that, don't fall into the same trap we fell into the first time. The states have to own the testing but the president is also very smart politically with the way he did that fight with the governors to basically say, no, I own the opening because, again, the open something going to be very popular. Reporter: Biden briefed by his coronavirus experts slamming th president's handling of the pandemic. I'm not running on the false promise of being able to end the pandemic by flipping a switch but what I can promise you is this, we will start on day one doing the right things. We'll let science drive our decisions. We will deal hy with the American people. And we'll never ever ever quit. Reporter: And then he went off to vote. Now, even with more than 75 million ballots already cast, both candidates are still scrambling to get out the vote. In the coming days the president spending a lot of time in the midwest while Joe Biden is planning to hit three critical states that trump won in 2016, Iowa, Wisconsin and Michigan and his running te, kamala Harris, is heading to Texas tomorrow hoping to turn that red state blue. Michael. All putting in the final push, Mary, thank you so much.
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