Biden election campaign out-raises Trump for second straight month


Biden is scheduled to deliver afternoon remarks in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware, miles from his residence where he's spent most of his campaign time since early March, when governors and mayors around the country first began issuing stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines to prevent the pandemic's spread.

Amid a surge in USA cases, particularly in the south and west, infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci told Congress earlier Tuesday that things were "going in the wrong direction", and that "clearly we are not in total control right now".

Biden, the Democratic National Committee and related fundraisers brought in a staggering $141 million in June, the campaign's best fundraising month ever and $10 million more than Trump and the Republican National Committee.

"Today's announcement proves that our economy is roaring back", Trump said. "There is always work underway to identify sites", Murtaugh said. "They didn't make these sacrifices so you could ignore the science and turn responsible steps like wearing masks into a political statement".

At the fund raiser hosted by Chairman and CEO of Beacon Capital Partners Alan Leventhal, the former vice president said that India and the United States were natural partners.

States Climb Above 5%Coronavirus Rates, Endangering Reopening Efforts
Texas and Florida , both with Republican governors who had resisted prolonged lockdowns, have announced new restrictions on bars. Nearly 125,000 Americans have died of COVID-19, the highest known death toll from the highly infectious disease in the world.

Republican Voters Against Trump, which launched last month and announced a $10 million ad campaign, told CNN it is allocating a fifth of that budget to ads that target Republican or Republican-leaning voters in both Arizona and North Carolina.

A few days before the June 20 rally in Tulsa, Parscale claimed that the campaign had received more than 1 million requests for free tickets.

Biden was asked repeatedly about the allegation that Russian Federation placed bounties on US troops stationed in Afghanistan and that Trump was made aware of the situation in the spring of 2019. People can see it, and I can feel it!

"What happened? Now it's nearly July, and it seems like our wartime president (Donald Trump) has surrendered, waved the white flag and left the battlefield", Biden said in an address in a high school in Wilmington, Delaware on Tuesday.

Looking ahead to the rest of the summer and into the fall, Biden was asked about his preparation for upcoming debates against Trump.