Joe Biden is crushing Donald Trump on TV

Things were supposed to be different for Donald Trump this time around.

Unlike in 2016, when he ran a deeply underfunded campaign against Hillary Clinton, 他的 2020 reelection race would be a Rolls-Royce effort. Trump opened his 2020 fundraising committee on the day he was inaugurated as the 45th President and, in total, through a variety of entities has already spent more than $ 1 billion on his bid for a second term, 据美联社报道.
And yet, even with all of that money, Trump is being dominated by former Vice President Joe Biden in ad spending in the vast majority of swing states.
Calculations made by CNN’s David Wright reveal that Biden’s campaign has spent far more than Trump’s on ads in Florida, 亚利桑那, 北卡罗来纳, 宾夕法尼亚州, 密西根州, 威斯康星州, 内华达州, Colorado and New Hampshire.
    And in some of those places it’s not even close. Biden has spent $ 98 million to Trump’s $ 69 million on ads in Florida. 在宾夕法尼亚州, it’s a whopping $ 33 million gap; $ 61 million for Biden to $ 28 million for Trump.

    Trump’s campaign has outspent Biden’s in only four competitive states: 佐治亚州, 爱荷华州, Ohio and Texas. At the start of the 2020 运动, few politicosof either partywould have predicted that Trump would be in any serious trouble in any of that quartet of states, all of which he won by 5 points or more in 2016. And yet, polling in all four states now suggests Biden and Trump are running neck and neck.
    现在. Moneywhether spent on TV ads or anything elseisn’t determinative in a presidential election. If it were, Hillary Clinton would be president right now.
    But spending on TV does indicate where each of the campaigns believes its biggest opportunitiesand vulnerabilitieslie.
      And that Trump is not only being drowned out by Biden in the vast majority of swing states but also being forced to spend heavily in places like Texas and Georgia tells you everything you need to know about the current state of this campaign.
      重点: For all of their early bragging, the Trump campaign finds itself right where it was at this point in 2016 — swamped on TV and hoping for a miracle. And most people don’t get two miracles in a lifetime.




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