Election 2020: Melania Trump delivers pointed political attack on trail

She took aim at Democrats on issues from the pandemic to impeachment.

With one week until Election Day, and President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden racing toward Nov. 3, nearly 65 million have voted early so far -- a record.

The president continues an aggressive, defensive campaign as polls show him trailing nationally and in several battleground states key to his reelection hopes. He holds rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska. Vice President Mike Pence is in the Carolinas.

Biden is on offense, spending the day in Georgia to deliver a "closing argument" on national unity. While some Democrats argue the usually red state's electoral votes are in play, others warn against losing focus on key swing states like Wisconsin. His running mate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is in Nevada.

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Latino voters in Florida, Arizona and Texas could decide election

"This year, it's Latino voters in Florida, Arizona and Texas that experts say could decide the election," ABC News correspondent John Quiñones reports.

Quiñones speaks with former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro and Ana Navarro-Cárdenas and voters about the Latino vote in the upcoming election as part of "America’s Future: The Power of the Latino Vote,” on ABC News Live.

The power of the Latino vote

ABC News Senior White White House Correspondent Cecilia Vega reports on the uncertainty faced by DREAMers under the Trump administration as part of “America’s Future: The Power of the Latino Vote” on ABC News Live

"Their futures may depend on the outcome of this presidential election."

Trump campaign website 'attacked'

The Trump campaign confirmed that its website was compromised, but has since been restored.

“Earlier this evening, the Trump campaign website was defaced and we are working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the source of the attack," communications director Tim Murtaugh said.

The campaign said it is working with law enforcement to investigate the "source of the attack," adding that there was no exposure to sensitive data, given it's not stored on their site.

-ABC News' Will Steakin

Biden pitches himself as unity candidate in a battle for the ‘soul of the nation’

Biden pitched himself as the unity candidate from Warm Springs, Georgia -- a tiny, but historically significant, town in Meriwether County where President Franklin Delano Roosevelt visited for polio treatments and where he died. Biden channeled the Democratic hero in his remarks focused on healing the country.

“This place, Warm Springs, is a reminder that, although broken, each of us can be healed,” Biden said.

“We can overcome the suffering virus. And yes, we can restore our soul and save our country.”

The former vice president lamented the fact that on Monday the U.S. had its highest number of new cases since the pandemic began and slammed Trump for once saying of the country’s death toll, “It is what it is.”

“It is what it is because he is who he is,” Biden said. “As a president, I will never waive the white flag of surrender.”

He repeated that he is running to serve all Americans -- not just those in his party -- and ended with a message that he is “ready to act.”

"With our voices and our vote, we must free ourselves from the forces of darkness, from the forces of division, and the forces of yesterday, from the forces that pull us apart, hold us down and hold us back," Biden said. "If we do so, we’ll once more become one nation, under god, indivisible, a nation united, a nation strengthened, a nation healed."