- Donald Trump has sent a powerful message of gratitude to his teeming supporters
- The US president thanked them for being with him, promising not to let them down
- Trump is facing Joe Biden in a tough presidential contest that is putting America in the books of history again
President Donald Trump has showered his scores of supporters with praise as they continue to demonstrate their democratic right in the ongoing presidential election.
Speaking via a tweet on his personal and verified Twitter account, Trump expressed gratitude to his followers and promised to "never let you down".
Many online polls have favoured Trump's Democratic challenger, Biden, in the keen contest holding across the country.
The president may become the 11th US head of state to be given a marching order should he lose to Biden and Biden's running mate Senator Kamala Harris.
However, several predictions have shown that Trump may pull the magic as he did in 2016 to dash the Democrats' hope of returning to power again.
It is noteworthy to state that since 1963, only three Democrats: Jimmy Carter (1965), Bill Clinton (1992 -1996) and Barrack Obama (2009-2017) have won the presidential election, with Republicans taking a dominant run in office.
Trump, in the tweet, emphasised that he is "fighting" to secure the future of Americans as they have been giving him support from the beginning:
"To all of our supporters: thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have been there from the beginning, and I will never let you down. Your hopes are my hopes, your dreams are my dreams, and your future is what I am fighting for every single day!"
Meanwhile, LeBron James has taken his side in the US presidential elections as the battle between President Donald Trump and ex-vice president Joe Biden enters its final day.
Americans have taken to the polls to either vote for Donald Trump’s re-election or to ensure Joe Biden emerges as the country’s next president.
Basketball star James, who has been seen publicly encouraging and registering people ahead of the elections, took an official position when he endorsed Biden on his Instagram handle - on the eve of election day.
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