Transcript for Trump holds another campaign rally with few masks and no social distancing
Now to politics, the fires, mail-in voting and of course the coronavirus all now flash points in the campaign. According to a new ABC news/ipsos poll, only 35% asked approve of president trump's handling over the pandemic. 65% disapprove. For the latest on the campaign, let's go to ABC's Andrew dymburt. In Washington, D.C. Andrew, good morning to you. Reporter: Good morning, whit. A busy few days for the trump team here trying to clean up some of the president's remarks from the coronavirus and mail-in voting. Meanwhile, his opponent Joe Biden unloading on the president, accusing him of lying to the American people. This weekend, president trump heads out Nevada holding another signature in-person rally W no social distancing and few in the crowd wearing masks. The Democrats are trying to rig this election. Because it's the only way they're going to win. Reporter: It's a sharp contrast to opponent Joe Biden's stumping strategy, Biden hasn't large crowds at his events due to coronavirus concerns and only recently started making more public appearances. The democratic nominee wasting little time attacking trump, calling his events reckless rallies. The Biden campaign also responding to a new politico report alleging that trump's interfering with CDC reports saying the has put political optics ahead of safety. I always wanted to play it I still like playing it down. Reporter: Biden blasting trump for this interview with Bob Woodward. He said he just didn't want to worry people. Meantime, we're approaching 190,000 dead. Reporter: Trump trying to clarify those remarks by invoking British prime minister Winston Churchill. He also spoke with calmness. He said we have to show calmness. Reporter: As the race for the white house hits the home stretch, trump's facing backlash on his message on mail-in after tweeting, urging voters in the critical state of north Carolina, to follow up on polling sites even after mailing in their votes. The Twitter flagging his tweet for violating its civic integrity policy. The North Carolina attorney general pointing out that voting twice would be a felony. Urging voters not to do what the president directs. Now voters in North Carolina can track their ballots online. As for those allegations of CDC interference, a spokesperson for health and human services say pandemic policy driven by science. The government facing a challenge on another front.
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