Daily US Times: President Trump has begun a three-state campaign blitz after casting his early vote in Florida.
On Saturday, he is holding rallies in Ohio, North Carolina and Wisconsin as he seeks to make up ground against his rival Joe Biden.
Mr Biden, the Democratic nominee who holds a steady lead in national polls, is campaigning in Pennsylvania, another key state.
Some 57 million votes have already been cast, a record spurred by the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump has continued to hold packed rallies despite a new surge in Covid-19 infections that is particularly affecting the Midwest – home to several electoral battlegrounds.
Speaking in Lumberton, North Carolina on Saturday, the Republican President said America’s coronavirus pandemic had been blown out of proportion and mocked Joe Biden for making ominous warnings about a bleak winter.
In contrast, Mr Biden, the former Vice President, held a drive-in rally in Bristol, Pennsylvania where he told supporters: “We don’t want to become superspreaders.”
With just 10 days to go until the November 3 election, the Democratic candidate holds an average eight-point lead in national polls over Donald Trump.
But the race is much thinner in several important swing states.
On Saturday morning, Mr Trump voted at a library in West Palm Beach, Florida – near his Mar-a-Lago resort.
After casting his early vote, he told reporters: “I voted for a guy named Trump.”
Florida is always a key prize in the US election and the President had been campaigning there on Friday. Early voting centres opened in the state this weekend.