Joe Biden, Democrats build $466 million war chest for stretch run

Grant Boone
September 22, 2020

To Joe Biden and his campaign allies, it's a straightforward distinction: They trust vaccines.

The United States edged close to registering 200,000 Covid-19 deaths on Monday, the latest grim milestone for the country just weeks before voters decide if President Donald Trump will stay in office.

Mr Biden, his campaign coffers running much deeper than Mr Trump's, is planning a blitz of TV commercials.

Many Democrats have strayed toward the second option. Sen.

Adoption of public health measures remains mixed across the US. As terrible as the past 180 days have been, the next 90 days could be twice as bad, the former vice president said.

Mr Trump has set even more ambitious goals, stating that by April of next year, most Americans who want to be immunised will have a vaccine.

In fact, the president's policies have already regained about half of the jobs lost to the pandemic, proving Trump rebuilt this economy once, and he's doing it again, Gidley said.

"We can't ignore the cherished system of checks and balances", Biden said during a campaign speech in Philadelphia.

Large majorities of Americans already believe the Covid-19 vaccine development process is driven more by politics than by science, according to a recent STAT/Harris poll.

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But the president has high hopes that the swift approval of a vaccine will boost his reelection chances.

Trump's helter-skelter rhetoric on vaccine timing likely hasn't helped.

Trump made the statement during an interview on "Fox & Friends" Monday morning.

Biden then tweeted a clip of the quote on social media, with the caption: "I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message". "I've taken it more as: 'Hey, you need to ask questions.' If there's a push for a vaccine, and there are a lot of experts that are concerned about the rapid pace of that development, ask questions".

Republicans are less sympathetic.

Trump's campaign spokesman, Tim Murtaugh, wrote on Twitter this weekend that the team had raised a total of $325 million. The National Republican Senatorial Committee used the same term to describe Cunningham.

Some Democratic strategists called Trump's mountain of campaign cash "insurmountable". President Donald Trump says his pick will be coming very soon. "That is very unsafe for the health of America".

The rallies were also a reminder of the importance of the two battleground states.

"If I lose to him, I don't know what I'm going to do", Trump said at the event.

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