President Trump made an appeal to Michigan voters in the first of five Sunday rallies at which he slated to speak.
The president addressed a crowd of supporters at the Michigan Sports Stars Park in Washington, where he touted the US economy and bashed his Democratic rival Joe Biden’s policy proposals.
“Joe Biden will shut down your economy,” Trump said.
Speaking outdoors in chilly weather, the president quipped that he might need to borrow a better jacket from members of the crowd.
With just two days until Election Day, the president is hosting an onslaught of events in battleground states.
Following the event in Michigan, he was set to travel to Dubuque, Iowa; Hickory, North Carolina.; Rome, Georgia; and Opa-locka, Florida, later in the day.
He’ll hold seven more rallies on Monday to close out the final full day of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Biden will spend much of Sunday in Pennsylvania, where Trump campaigned on Saturday.
The former vice president will participate in a “souls to the polls” event in Philadelphia aimed at encouraging black church congregations to organize and vote.
With Post wires
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