By Emily Goodin, Senior U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com
Published: 16:12 BST, 22 October 2020 | Updated: 16:32 BST, 22 October 2020
President Donald Trump renewed his feud with Fox News' polls after they showed him trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in a few key battleground states.
The latest round of polling from Fox showed President Trump leading in Ohio but trailing Biden closely in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin while losing big in Michigan.
All states are crucial toward the 270 electoral votes a candidate needs to win the White House.
Biden leads by 12 points in Michigan (52-40 per cent), 5 points in Pennsylvania (50-45 per cent), and 5 points in Wisconsin (49-44 per cent). Trump is up in Ohio by 3 points (48-45 per cent), according to the latest Fox News polls.
The president took to Twitter to express his fury at the numbers, blasting them as 'fake' and claiming he leads in all those states.
'[email protected] Polls are totally FAKE, just like they were in 2016. I am leading in all of the states mentioned, which you will soon see. I thought Fox was getting rid of its pollster. Sadly, it never happened!,' he wrote.
And Trump doesn't lead in all those states. He trails