President Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden have honed in on more pointed With less than two days to US Election.

Amid this development, a personal attack on each other in the lead-up to one of the most divisive elections in U.S. history is one of the gestures that have been noticed so far.

According to Fox News, Trump — who’s never shied away from attacking his rivals — delivered an address at a rally outside Detroit, Mich., filled with personal attacks against Biden.

On the side of the Democratic opponent volleyed back, taking aim at Trump during a drive-in rally in Philadelphia for his refusal to wear a mask during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic.

On performance so far, a USA Today/Suffolk poll released Thursday showed Biden with a comfortable 8 percentage point lead nationally.

However, the race is tighter in the swing states the candidates need to reach 270 electoral votes.