“President Trump’s campaign has all but pulled its advertising out of Florida, as it stakes its relatively small bank account on the industrial northern states that carried him to victory in 2016,” Bloomberg reports.
“Trump is now placing his final bet on just four battleground states: Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Polls show he’s down in all those states but Ohio, where it’s effectively even.”
A clarification from the Washington Post: “Trump has pulled TV reservations in recent months, and shifted spending to coordinated campaign. But not abandoning state. That said, Dems, with Bloomberg, winning air war nearly 4 to 1.“