"I think you'll see that shortly".
As of Wednesday morning, the USA accounted for the world's highest number of infections and fatalities with 2,629,372 and 127,322, respectively, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
A few hours later, Biden's campaign and the Democratic National Committee announced that they had eclipsed Trump's totals, bringing in $282 million during the last quarter and $141 million in June.
Biden, who waged his successful primary battle against a historically large field of Democrats on a shoestring budget, is trying erase a fundraising gap ahead of his November 3 election with Trump.
The former Vice President used the same metaphor that Trump himself used in March when he declared himself a wartime President in the fight against COVID-19.
Mr Trump's re-election campaign countered that the president had been at the forefront of the nation's coronavirus response.
Boris Johnson urges Israel not to go ahead with West Bank annexation
The worldwide community considers the territory to be occupied and Israel's more than 120 settlements to be illegal. He did not make any mention however of the Palestinians' refusal to negotiate with Israel .
His accusations fall in line with the Trump administration's recent foriegn policy shift toward China, as White House officials have marshaled a story that Beijing is guilty of everything regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
"We can't continue half wearing masks and half rejecting science".
Amid a surge in U.S. circumstances, notably within the south and west, infectious illness professional Anthony Fauci instructed Congress earlier Tuesday that issues have been "going in the wrong direction", and that "clearly we are not in total control right now".
President Trump's reelection campaign, the Republican National Committee (RNC) and joint fundraising ventures announced a record-setting quarter in which they raised more than $266 million - $131 million of which came in the month of June alone.
It's unclear if there are any other community events or rallies on the horizon, indicating Trump's up coming big-scale celebration could be delayed until eventually his nomination at the Republican Nationwide Convention in Jacksonville in August.
"Donald Trump acts like we have to choose between our public health and our economy", Biden said Monday, repeating his argument that Trump has made the death count and the economic toll of the pandemic worse by not fully engaging the federal government in combating the disease.