Although the original US President, Donald Trump, was far ahead of his competitor in terms of the amount of money raised, the situation has now changed.
At the beginning of the year, Donald Trump’s campaign budget was already 100 million dollars. It was not until late April that Joe Biden began reducing his backlog. As of August, donors had donated 466 million dollars to the 77-year-old Democrat. Trump had only 325 million at the time.
As News Front previously reported, the expert community has repeatedly said that the 2020 elections will be the most controversial in US history. Both candidates are mired in scandals, and parties regularly exchange accusations and vilify their opponents.
Moreover, by taking advantage of the coronavirus, the Democratic Party of the USA is promoting the idea of holding presidential elections by mail. This method of voting provides them with an incredible resource for tampering with results in favour of their highly questionable candidate, Joe Biden.
A study conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that during the 2008 election, 3.9 million voters were prevented from making a legal choice by remote voting – they simply were not sent ballots. The 2.9 million ballots that were sent out simply disappeared without returning to the election staff. Finally, another 800,000 ballots were not accepted for a variety of reasons. Against this background, even the OSCE is questioning the legitimacy of the election.Only 31.8% of Ukrainians are ready to vote for Zelensky in the presidential elections