Transcript for Trump, Biden race to the finish on the campaign trail
Let's get to the very latest from the campaign trail. With just one week until the final votes president trump hitting three states today that he won last time and Joe Biden heading to Georgia which hasn't been won by a Democrat since Mary Bruce is tracking it all for us this morning. Good morning, Mary. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. Well, this is really a sign of confidence from the Biden team. President trump won Georgia by five points in 2016, but now Biden sees this as potentially up for grabs. He is going on offense in these final days as he tries to stretch the electoral map while the president remains largely focused on those critical states that handed him the white house. One week to go and president trump is desperate to change the subject, but Joe Biden not letting up lambering him on the pandemic. Them line is, Donald Trump is the worst possible president, the worst possible person to try to lead us through this pandemic. I don't think he just doesn't have any idea W to do or doesn't care. Reporter: While trump insists on painting a rosy picture. We're rounding the turn. Reporter: It may be too late to change the course of the race, already across the country more than 64 million ballots have been cast. 46% of all the votes counted in 2016. Up in the polls Biden is campaigning in Georgia today, in Iowa later this week trying to expand the electoral map and flip states trump won in 2016. I think we have a fighting chance in North Carolina and in a fighting chance in Iowa. Reporter: While trump is campaigning in nearly a dozen states thisweek, planning up to 11 rallies in the final 48 hours before election day. And both candidates are scrambling to take the must win state of Pennsylvania. Already over 1.7 million pennsylvanians have voted by mail. The overwhelming majority registered Democrats. Thank you for helping. Reporter: Trump has been crisscrossing the critical state. This is going to be a red wave -- who is going to vote? Reporter: The president often touts what he's done for black voters. But this morning new outrage after his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner used racist stereotypes to question whether black Americans want to be successful. President trump's policies are the policies that can help people break out of the problems they're complaining about but he can't want them to be successful more than they want to be successful. Reporter: The backlash swift and fierce. The DNC calling it indicative of trump's disregard for the lives of black people. Now, a democratic spokesman went on to say about those comments from koosher in according to the trump administration when African-Americans find fault in policies that have led to historic unemployment for black families an explosion of racial inequalities and wealth gap and uncontained global pandemic that took the life of over 45,000 black Americans it means that we just don't want to be successful badly enough. Understandably a lot of outrage and frustration over these comments. Oh, yeah, I understand it completely. George will anchor our live coverage of election night with our powerhouse political team at election headquarters in new York, D.C. And Delaware, plus, we'll have correspondents reporting live from battleground states across the country that is on Tuesday, November 3rd starting at 7:00 P.M. Eastern.
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