RNC presidential race ends Friday with tense election

The Republican National Convention (RNC) presidential race comes to an end this Friday with a tense election. The race has been a close one between incumbent President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden.

The RNC has been a contentious event, with both candidates making their case to be the party’s nominee for the 2020 election. Trump has been campaigning hard, touting his record on the economy, immigration, and foreign policy. He has also sought to paint Biden as a “socialist” and an “outsider” who will raise taxes and push an agenda that is out of step with the Republican Party.

Biden, meanwhile, has sought to paint Trump as a failed leader who has been unable to deliver on his promises. He has also sought to portray himself as a moderate who will bring the country together and will work to build a more equitable economy.

The race has been tight, with polls showing that the two candidates are neck-and-neck in many key states. Trump has been able to hold onto his base of supporters, while Biden has been able to make inroads with more moderate voters.

The election is expected to be a close one, and it is likely that the outcome will be determined by a few key states. As such, the RNC race is a crucial one for both candidates, as the outcome could have a major impact on the outcome of the 2020 election.

The RNC race ends this Friday, and it will be interesting to see who comes out on top. Both candidates have made their cases, and now it is up to the voters to decide who will be the party’s nominee for the 2020 election.