Aerial view of the Pentagon
Only paying attention to media coverage, one can summarize the general election hinges solely on two issues: coronavirus and the idea — or lack thereof — “Law and Order” in our nation’s big cities.
Other issues like security from foreign threats and the economy affect daily lives just as much and will remain top-of-mind on Election Day for the American voter.
Military spending may be a sleeper issue that could affect the election. Having a sense of strong national security is important to voters, who tend to feel Republicans are stronger in this policy area.
If voters want to defend the homeland, President Trump has built a strong case for his presidency with his accomplishments in fighting terrorism abroad and increasing our military infrastructure. In contrast, his opponent can hardly piece a sentence together and the third in line to the nuclear codes just admitted to being duped by a salon owner.
And no offense to savvy salon owners everywhere, but if you can be played by a salon owner,