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President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden took rhetorical swipes at each other on Monday as the presidential campaign entered its traditional homestretch on the U.S. Labor Day holiday. "We'll have the vaccine soon, maybe before a special date".

Senator Harris said the goal of her meeting with the Blake family was to "express concern for their well-being and, of course, for their brother and their son's well-being, and to let them know that they have support". "We have to give the resources to the doctors and the scientists to do their work", Sanders said.

"I would not trust Donald Trump, and it would have to be a credible source of information that talks about the efficacy and the reliability of whatever he's talking about", Harris said in an interview with CNN's "State of the Union".

"But if we needed any more, I'd put it up personally, like I did in the primaries last time", Trump said.

Other officials and analysts have said that the two countries' economies are so intertwined as to make such a move impractical, but Washington would continue to pressure Beijing to level the playing field.

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Biden, who was already in Pennsylvania on Labor Day Monday, will be in MI on Wednesday, while his vice presidential pick Kamala Harris goes to Florida and his wife Jill Biden visits Minnesota - a state Trump is pushing hard to flip to his side on November 3.

But he added that: "If I could get a vaccine tomorrow, I'd do it". Around a third of voters in the battleground states say they do not feel comfortable voting in person at the polling booths, fuelling expectations that a historic number of postal votes will be cast.

Trump, Parker points out, has "repeated a false claim that just 6% of the nation's death toll" in the coronavirus pandemic "was actually caused by the novel coronavirus itself - part of his ongoing effort to portray the virus as less deadly or pervasive than it actually is".

Trump's unconventional briefing also included at one point asking a reporter to remove his face mask to make himself be heard better (the reporter declined, and simply spoke louder to make himself heard to Trump's satisfaction), and calling Joe Biden "stupid" - a word American school children are typically told to avoid using.

Stepien said the campaign will have more resources to spend than it had in Trump's 2016 victory and that "we're very comfortable and confident" in how money is now being spent.

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It didn't take long for the Nuggets to get started. "They did a good job of just swarming us, " George said. They also won three straight in 2015.


"I mean, they're an incredible family and what they've endured and they just do it with such dignity and grace, and you know".

The US has six million cases of coronavirus, the highest in the world. Data released by the Commerce Department on Thursday showed that the United States trade deficit with the Asian country increased by $ 1.6 billion to $ 28.3 billion in July.

By contrast, Trump says, he is about to oversee the delivery of a coronavirus vaccine - possibly on the eve of the election - and "the greatest economic year in the history of our country". Both constituencies are considered must-win if Democrats have any hope of winning the White House in November.

News broke last week that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked states to sweep away red tape that could prevent a network of vaccine distribution centers being "fully operational by 1 November, 2020". He really does see people.

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