President Donald Trump seems to be trying to `compress` all his policy moves for many months and release them in the remaining weeks before the November 3 election, with the goal of enhancing his position in blocs.

Trump in the past few weeks has launched a series of important moves in all fields, from culture to ethnicity, from domestic oil and gas exploitation to peace agreements in the Middle East, targeting very clear voters.

He banned federal agencies from holding employee training sessions on anti-racism, calling the practice `un-American.`

Trump recognized Wilmington, North Carolina, as America’s first World War II heritage city, a move seen as `opening the door` for him to voters in this battleground state.

President Donald Trump at Sacramento McClellan Airport in California on September 14.

The US President also extended the ban on oil drilling off the coast of several southern states, including Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

He continues to make promises on issues important to voters, such as health care, taxes and immigration, after signing a series of executive orders in recent weeks related to lower drug prices and markets.

In the field of foreign affairs, on September 15, the White House held a signing ceremony to normalize relations between Israel and two Arab countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain.

`We are here to change history,` Trump said from the White House balcony, calling the agreements between the UAE and Bahrain with Israel `an important breakthrough that will help people of all faiths and backgrounds.`

The event was an opportunity for Trump to stand shoulder to shoulder with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as a sign of solidarity between conservative foreign leaders and evangelical Americans, a group that strongly supports Israel and tends to

Commentator McGraw said that the above series of moves is a familiar tactic of Trump: Launching a series of promising and positive policies, whether realistic or not, right before the election.

In 2018, right before the midterm congressional elections that are very important for the Republican party, Trump promised tax cuts.

`Democrats don’t care how their extreme immigration policies will affect your neighborhoods, your schools or your hospitals,` Trump declared at a rally in Houston, referring to

But when the midterm elections passed, with the Republican party gaining control of the Senate, Trump no longer mentioned anything about the migrant caravan, or realized his commitment to cutting taxes.

McGraw commented that Trump’s recent series of executive orders, signed at the White House or announced on Twitter, all have similar effects and are aimed at important voting blocs.

Jason Miller, Trump’s campaign advisor, defended the White House boss’s approach.

However, critics say that the rush of announcements, decrees, and commitments and the Trump campaign’s eagerness to include them in campaign ads shows that they are politically motivated.

After the agreement signing ceremony at the White House on September 15, Halie Soifer, executive director of the Jewish Democratic Council of America, said that `any door that is opened between Israel and its neighbors is

But Ralph Reed, a top representative for Trump’s campaign and executive director of the Freedom and Faith Coalition, a major social conservative group, hailed the signing as historic.

`The fact that it resonates well with some constituencies in no way erases the historic nature of this achievement or its ability to promote peace in the region,` Reed said.

Trump's 'sprint' strategy seduces American voters

From left: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Donald Trump, Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa and UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan after the agreement signing ceremony at the White House on September 15.

Launching promising policies or announcing diplomatic breakthroughs before the election was done by Trump’s predecessors.

For Trump, his oil drilling ban is considered an `attempt to seduce Florida voters two months before election day,` according to Gina McCarthy, head of the Environmental Protection Agency under President Barack Obama and now.

Many officials expect Trump to continue making more similar announcements in the coming weeks, although some of the promises may never come true.

Trump will also continue to hold large campaign rallies in the states, along with many events at the White House, with speeches attacking his opponent Joe Biden.

`September and October before the election is the time when you have to try to do two things. One is to try to bring down your opponent and the other is to demonstrate your role as president,` Brinkley said.