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President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden crisscrossed Midwestern battleground states on Friday, each staging multiple events across the critical region. In back-to-back rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin, states that helped deliver him the presidency in 2016, Trump continued to dismiss the rise of coronavirus cases and resurfaced a baseless allegation that doctors were profiting off the pandemic. In Minnesota, Biden was visibly annoyed by pro-Trump protesters who sought to disrupt his car rally here — at one point referring to them as the “ugly folks over there beeping the horns.”

Meanwhile, Vice President Pence sought to shore up support in Arizona, while the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, Sen. Kamala D. Harris (Calif.), looked to expand the map in Texas, a state Trump easily won four years ago.

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