Biden insists he’ll tackle virus as Trump pushes ‘super-recovery’

WARM SPRINGS, UNITED STATES (AFP) – Joe Biden flayed United States (US) President Donald Trump on Tuesday with accusations the President has surrendered to a surging pandemic, as the Democrat took his campaign to the Republican stronghold of Georgia one week before the election.

While the former vice president went on electoral offence, seeking to expand the campaign map and his state-by-state path to victory on November 3, Trump barnstormed the Midwest in a last-gasp bid to shore up states that voted for him in 2016 but which polls show are tilting Biden’s way.

More details on Thursday’s Borneo Bulletin