A little more than four months before Election Day, the campaigns of President Trump and challenger Joe Biden each announced massive fundraising totals as the former vice president's effort to unseat Trump gains momentum.
Despite a pandemic and the subsequent economic free fall, President Trump's reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee announced Wednesday evening they had raised $266 million for the three months ending June 30, including $131 million in June alone.
Biden's announcement comes as top disease researcher Anthony Fauci told the US Senate that he "would not be surprised" if new virus cases in the country reach 100,000 per day, the BBC reported.
The scrapped rally is just the latest sign some of the President's allies are getting serious about COVID-19 concerns - even if he isn't yet.
Biden also slammed President Trump and his administration over the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeff DeWit has replaced Trump campaign chief operating officer Michael Glassner, DeWit having held the same post in Trump's previous campaign, according to Axios.
South Pole warmed three times the global rate in last 30 years
Then the trend flipped rapidly "and all of a sudden we have almost 2 degrees of warming at the turn of the century", Clem said. The workforce observed that the warming was caused by purely natural variations in sea area temperatures around many decades.
"Clearly we are not in control right now", he testified, warning that not enough Americans are wearing masks or social distancing.
"Helping open the door to great progress in our relationship and strengthening our strategic partnership with India was a high priority in the Obama-Biden administration and will be a high priority if I'm elected president", Biden said.
The Trump campaign, however, reports it still has plenty sitting in the bank, with $295 million cash on hand.
Biden was asked repeatedly about the allegation that Russian Federation placed bounties on USA troops stationed in Afghanistan and that Trump was made aware of the situation in the spring of 2019.
"This is the most unusual campaign, I think, in modern history", the BBC quoted Biden as saying at a press conference in DE on Tuesday. He added later that he may ask for a classified briefing on the subject.
A group of anti-Trump Republicans is spending $2 million on new TV and digital ads supporting former Vice President Joe Biden in two states President Donald Trump won in 2016 - the latest in a blitz of ad buys in red states from both sides of the presidential race.
"I can hardly wait", Biden responded.