Trump confirmed 2020 election in November

American leader Donald Trump said at a briefing that the date of the presidential election in the U.S. remains unchanged, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

“The general election will be held November 3,” Trump quoted The Hill on Friday, April 3.

In addition, the U.S. president opposed the vote by mail, he is confident that it could lead to massive cheating.

According to Trump, people should come to the polls and show their ID cards.

The U.S. election campaign has almost stopped because of the coronavirus pandemic. Initial elections (primaries), which were to be held in some states in the spring, have been postponed to summer.

On April 2, the national committee of Democratic Party of the USA postponed party congress because of coronavirus where it is planned to nominate the presidential candidate at November elections.

According to the latest data, the U.S. ranks first in the world in the incidence of coronavirus with more than 220 thousand illnesses.