Both President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are making last-minute appeals to voters on election day.
According to Fox News, Biden is campaigning in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania, while Trump made an appearance on “Fox & Friends.” Trump predicted that he will beat Biden in an even bigger victory than what he had in 2016.
“I ended up with 306,” Trump said, referring to the Electoral College votes he obtained four years ago. “That was a good number. 223-306, and that was a big number, and I think we will top it. I’ll leave it at that. I think we’ll get better.”
Meanwhile, Biden went to Pennsylvania for a campaign event in Scranton in the morning. He is scheduled to head to Philadelphia in the afternoon.
On Twitter, both candidates made efforts to appeal to voters as well.
“I’m Joe Biden, and I’m asking for your vote. iwillvote.com,” Biden tweeted.
“A vote for me and the Republican Party is a vote for the American Dream! Over the next four years, we will make America into the Manufacturing Superpower of the World, and we will end our reliance on China once and for all. Vote.DonaldJTrump.com,” wrote Trump.
According to Fox News, Biden and Harris will meet in Wilmington, Del., where they will await election results.
Meanwhile, Trump will “spend the day at the White House after a dizzying number of campaign rallies over the past 72 hours that took him through Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia and Florida,” reported Fox News.