USA: Crisis and political tensions prevented ten presidents from re-election
Pressure is high in this final phase of Donald Trump’s first term, with the Covid-19 pandemic causing more than 213,000 deaths in the United States and accentuating economic disaster, compounded by rising unemployment and historic protests against the police and racist violence.
Donald Trump, who was infected with Covid-19 a few days ago, remains confident of his re-election, but most polls give opponent Joe Biden a big advantage. What is certain is that the results will not be fully counted on the electoral night of November 3, with a large part of the population voting by mail.
In the history of the United States of America, ten Presidents campaigned for their second term in the White House and failed to win re-election, often due to the country’s economic difficulties, political tensions or conflicts with the outside world.
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