Biden campaign warns supporters 'this thing is going to come down to the wire'
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's campaign warns supporters that the 2020 race is "much closer" than proposed.
Biden's campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon warned supporters in a memo not to complain about the state of the race as the Democratic candidate consistently leads national polls, the New York Times and the Washington Post report.
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"We can't get complacent because the very scorching truth is that Donald Trump can still win this race and every clue we have shows this thing is going to get hooked," Dillon reportedly wrote.
Biden's campaign manager also warned that while the campaign has "robust leads" nationally, it is only gaining a few points in certain key states, including Arizona and North Carolina, and that "we are struggling in the polls as if we are lagging behind." ".
"This race is a lot closer than some pundits on Twitter and TV would suggest," Dillon wrote. "In the major battlefield nations that will decide this election, we will stay the same as Donald Trump. If we have learned anything from 2016, we can consider Donald Trump or his ability to get back into the conflict in the last few days, do not underestimate. " a campaign, by whatever compromise or devious tactics he has at his disposal. "
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