President Trump is campaigning down to the wire with warnings of immigration chaos if Republicans lose control of Congress amid signs of voters shifting against his divisive style on the final day before the US midterm elections.
The president, with three rallies lined up today, has stuck to his aggressive attack on “far-left” Democrats and migrant “invaders” to rouse his base despite an appeal from senior party figures to focus more on the booming economy.
Polling in the bellwether state of Florida, the third most populous in America, today gave a seven-point lead to the Democratic contenders for both Senate and governor after several personal appearances by the president. Early polls put the candidates much closer.
Both sides were expected to spend a midterm record…