Coronavirus to Run Against Trump in November

Coronavirus to Run Against Trump in November

New Head-to-Head Polls Show Virus Leading in Swing States

“Sure, our candidate isn’t wildly popular. But neither is the current President,” explained COVID-19’s campaign manager. “Plus, our campaign platform has appeal.” If elected, COVID-19 promises to help voters explore new careers and hobbies. Improve their physical fitness. And get rid of people they hate. Head-to-head polls show COVID-19 at 24%, Trump at 22%, with 54% undecided.