Lotter Says Media Is Protecting Biden
The 2020 Presidential Election is in high gear with 55 days left until the November 3rd election. There are also only 20 days left until the first Presidential debate. With time ticking away both President Trump and Joe Biden are hitting the campaign trail, but the campaigns look very different.
Director of Strategic Communications for the Trump 2020 Campaign, Marc Lotter, joined The Chad Hasty Show on Wednesday to discuss the 2020 Election. Lotter told KFYO that there is much more enthusiasm behind the Trump campaign compared to Biden's. Lotter told the audience that everywhere the Trump campaign goes, supporters are lining streets and waving flags for President Trump.
Lotter said that the media is protecting Joe Biden by not being critical of Biden's lack of taking questions and even the media's lack of response to Kamala Harris telling reporters that she would not trust a coronavirus vaccine produced under the Trump administration.
During the on-air discussion, Lotter pointed to President Trump's accomplishments while he has been in office and reminded voters that they must cast ballots in this year's Presidential Election. Lotter explained that some states were very close in 2016 and that every vote will matter again this year.
Listen to the full interview with Marc Lotter above.
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