President Donald Trump said the day of the upcoming presidential election, Nov. 3, will be “the most exciting” in U.S. history.

“November 3rd. will be the most exciting day in U.S. Election History, even more so than 2016,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Oct.12.

“Tremendous excitement and enthusiasm, like perhaps never seen before,” the president said.

Already fully recovered after contracting the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, President Trump gave a speech on Saturday on the White House’s back balcony to a thousand people gathered at a rally supporting the police.

Trump highlighted the low turnout at his Democratic rival Joe Biden’s campaign events, calling him “Sleepy.”

“Nobody showing up to Sleepy Joe Rallies. Places are dead. Stiff!” wrote the president re-election.

Florida, a critical state

On Monday, the president traveled to Florida to host a large rally in Sanford, a city near Orlando.

“See you in Florida tonight,” he tweeted.

According to a recent InsiderAdvantage poll, President Trump leads in the Sunshine State’s voting intention with 46 percent While Biden holds 43 percent.

The poll was conducted between Oct. 6 and Oct. 7, after President Trump left Walter Reed Hospital after being diagnosed with the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus (COVID-19).

InsiderAdvantage founder Matt Towery was one of the few pollsters who predicted Trump’s victory in 2016, indicating that many polls did not accurately reflect support for the Republican candidate.

In Towery’s words, that scenario seems to be repeating itself, “Once again, based on poor data and or weighting, many of the polls we are seeing simply are not picking up the actual level of support for President Trump.”

He gave the example of a recent InsiderAdvantage poll showing that the president is garnering 12 percent of Florida’s African American vote.

According to the experts, the 29 electoral votes that the Sunshine State puts into play could be decisive in defining the election’s direction.

In 2016, President Trump won the state. Two years later, the Republicans maintained their performance in the mid-term elections. Ron DeSantis won the race for governor, and Rick Scott won the race for senator.

After his rally in Florida, President Trump will return to Washington and then go to Pennsylvania and then to Iowa, states he won in 2016.