- The forthcoming US presidential election has been creating a bizarre toxic atmosphere
- Fans of Donald Trump and Joe Biden have been damaging placards and stealing lawn signs in support for their candidates
- Also in Florida, the supporters of Trump and Biden clashed as the latter was scheduled to hold a rally
In what suggests a hostile political atmosphere in the US ahead of the election, supporters of President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden have been vandalising signs placed on lawns by Americans.
The US presidential election will hold on Tuesday, November 3, with Trump putting his popularity on test again with the country's former vice president in a bid to reclaim the Oval Office seat.
With just days to the poll, the political atmosphere in the US has become tense as signs Americans put on the lawns showing support for their respective candidates were damaged by neighbours.
There are reports that the signs are being stolen at an unprecedented rate, with Steve Cickay, an activist, estimating that about 3,000 Biden signs have been stolen, defaced or thrown away in Bucks County.
In a related development, supporters of President Trump and Biden clashed in Florida as the election draws nearer.
According to a video at Daily Mail, the Trump's supporters clashed and taunted people attending a rally for Democratic challenger Biden scheduled to hold in Florida.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Trump voted in Florida with just days to the November 3, presidential election.
The 45th US head of state cast his vote at a polling station in balmy West Palm Beach. He announced the news on his Facebook page on Saturday, October 24, saying it is a great honour.
Trump who previously complained that mail-in voting led to fraud hailed in-person voting as a very "secure" even though he did not elaborate.
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