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Former Vice President Joe Biden suggested at a virtual fundraiser on Tuesday that President Trump would likely contest the 2020 results if he does not win reelection, per a pool report.

What he's saying: While discussing foreign policy plans, Biden said on the call that Trump would "probably contest we didn't win." Biden previously noted in April that Trump may try to delay the 2020 election amid the coronavirus pandemic because "that’s the only way he thinks he can possibly win."

  • Biden is the presumptive nominee for the Democratic Party, pitting him against Trump as they head into the November contets.
  • The two have already launched feverish attack ads, with polling suggesting a tight race.

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Updated Jun 23, 2020 - Politics & Policy

Obama at Biden fundraiser: "I am here to say help is on the way"

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Former President Barack Obama said at a virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden Tuesday night that “help is on the way” and urged supporters not to be complacent in thinking their work is close to being finished: "Whatever you’ve done so far is not enough."

Why it matters: Organizers said it's the Biden campaign's largest fundraiser yet, bringing in $7.6 million from over 175,000 people. It's expected to be the first of several joint efforts with Biden in the months leading up to the election.

Biden: Trump is "worried about looking bad" with COVID tests

Biden speaks at Delaware State University’s student center June 5. Photo: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

Joe Biden is using one of his rare in-person events today to criticize President Trump's comments about COVID-19 testing during a speech about the Affordable Care Act in Pennsylvania.

Driving the news: Biden will argue that Trump cares more about his political fortunes than Americans' health, saying that "he thinks finding out that more Americans are sick will make him look bad."

The top Republicans who aren't voting for Trump in 2020

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Former Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina told The Atlantic Thursday that she will vote for Joe Biden over President Trump in the 2020 presidential election, saying that she believes the U.S. needs "real leadership that can unify the country."

Why it matters: Fiorina joins other prominent Republicans who have publicly said they will either not vote for Trump's re-election this November or will back Biden.