With just 39 days until the election, President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden are continuing to campaign in very different ways.
On Friday, the Commander-in-chief kept up his frenetic schedule, hosting four campaign events in three different states as Biden continued to lay low.
While national polls shows Biden remains favorite to win the White House on November 3, Trump is taking no chances - jetting from Florida to Georgia to Washington, D.C. to Virginia within the space of 12 hours.
During his action-packed day, Trump repeatedly mocked Biden for his leisurely style of campaigning, at one point stating: 'This guy never goes out. It's terrible huh?'
President Donald Trump kept up his frenetic schedule on Friday, hosting four campaign events in three different states. He is pictured starting off his morning at a 'Latinos For Trump' roundtable in Florida
The President is seen at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland after two campaign stops
Meanwhile, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden stuck to a much more leisurely schedule. He appeared in public just once on Friday, paying tribute to late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the U.S. Capitol
Trump hit out at Biden during the event, claiming the Democrat contender had 'sold out the Hispanic American community' by offshoring jobs.
Trump referred to himself as a 'wall between the American dream and chaos, and a horror show'.
From there the President flew to Atlanta, Georgia where he tried to muster up support among black voters.
Trump hit out at Biden during his roundtable in Florida, claiming the Democrat contender had 'sold out the Hispanic American community' by offshoring jobs
Georgia has voted Republican in the last six elections but is now considered a swing state.
At 2.30pm, Trump appeared at a 'Black Economic Empowerment' event, where he insisted that as president he did 'even more than I promised' for African Americans.
'I did more for the black community in 47 months... than Joe Biden did in 47 years,' he said, repeatedly swiping at Biden's legislative record in co-sponsoring a 1990s tough-on-crime legislation that many experts say resulted in high incarceration rates for black Americans.
Trump said he was unveiling a 'platinum plan' that aims to increase capital to African Americans, create three million new jobs for the black community and implement 'the highest standards of policing.'