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

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Vice President Pence's former lead staffer on the White House coronavirus task force announced that she plans to vote for Joe Biden in the 2020 election, while accusing President Trump of costing lives with his pandemic response.

Why it matters: Olivia Troye, who described herself as a life-long Republican, joins other prominent Republicans who have publicly said they will either not vote for Trump's re-election this November or will back Biden.

Focus group: Wisconsin swing voters feel overlooked by Biden

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OSHKOSH, Wis. — Some voters in Wisconsin say they feel Joe Biden cares less about them and their concerns than about the people protesting systemic racism.

Why it matters: As Trump leans into a law-and-order message to try to align Biden with street violence — and wrongly claims Biden is for defunding police — some Democrats worry a fear campaign could work with some battleground state swing voters.

50% of likely voters say having Trump as president makes them feel less safe

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Half of likely voters surveyed in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday said that having President Trump in the White House makes them feel less safe.

Why it matters: Trump has campaigned on the promise of  "law and order" by telling voters they "won't be safe in Joe Biden's America."