On eve before Election Day, Trump says he’s not nervous: ‘I’ve been here before’


President Donald Trump says he’s not nervous about Election Day, despite his underdog status.

“Well, I’ve been here before,” Trump told reporters en route to a campaign rally in Kenosha, Wisc. “I think we’re in a much stronger position than before.”

Trump did say he was “very concerned” about Pennsylvania, and he again criticized the state Supreme Court for allowing election officials in that state to accept mail-in ballots for up to three days after Tuesday.

Having tweeted earlier that the court’s decision is “dangerous” and could “induce violence in the streets, Trump told reporters: “It’s a mistake. It allows cheating.”

Trump also announced a possible addition to his otherwise light schedule for Election Day: He said he would “probably” visit his re-election headquarters in suburban Arlington, Va.

As he prepared for his ninth rally in two days – and he has a tenth later Monday in Grand Rapids, Mich. – Trump said: “It’s been an amazing day, an amazing two days.”

SOURCE: USA Today – Courtney Subramanian, David Jackson