Climbing COVID-19 cases dominate race to White House narrative

As the U.S. set new highs in the number of diagnosed coronavirus cases, President Trump and former Vice President Biden spar over the handling of the pandemic.
1:45 | 06/27/20

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Anita secret client the late isn't politics this week president trump was back on the campaign trail but may have been regretting that decision. The headlines at a comes first round since March were not empty seats staff members and Secret Service contracting called in nineteen and this line that dominated the week. What you do testing of that accident provide our people you at a fund won't get. So I thought that might be possible traffic without blades. After days of conflicting explanations hook ultimately said he was being sarcastic. But making the point that more testing does need more positive cases former vice president Joseph Biden used as evidence that trump is acting like shot. They thinks that finding out more Americans are sick willow bay cube look back. That's his word. Cute was shooed away. He can't read it to be is political wishes candidates both hit battlegrounds. As a range of all quarters in Iraq. With double digit lead for mindful nationally animals closely contested states after a hot new art in honor the president kept up his critique of light. Spot with a hint of resignation. The men can't speak. And he's going to be president for some people don't love me maybe heading into the summer months the campaigns are designing conventions that could be pulled. Process Democrats are making plants animals the virtual convention in the law. Trot meanwhile has plans for conventions split between two different cities with big celebrations planted Florida. The CDC some of its biggest spikes in Kobe nineteen cases yet. Reclined ABC news Washington.

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