Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's campaign to win the White House is cruising at an extraordinary rate. In the last two months, Biden has been winning all the national polls against President Donald Trump. As per the latest CNN poll, Biden holds a 16-point lead nationally against his competitor. Not only the polls, but Biden is also raising millions of dollars from the donors outsmarting Trump's campaign. During the vice-presidential debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris on Wednesday, Biden's campaign raised more than $12million. The new cash haul makes another watershed cash day for Biden's team, which is already in cash excess.
One of the Biden officials confirmed that they had received a one-day highest total based on the recent significant events. During the first presidential debate between Joe Biden and President Trump. They raised approximately $10 million in three hours around the debate alone and broke the campaign's record for single-hour fundraising. Senator Kamala Harris already showed her ability to raise funds for the campaign during her announcement as the running-mate. After her announcement as the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, the campaign raised nearly $48 million in the next 48 hours, averaging $1 million an hour. By doing so, she has helped the cash deficit campaign to cash abundance one.
Contrary to the political experts' expectations, Harris has continuously helped the campaign in raising funds ever since she joined as the running mate. Interestingly, both the campaigns had role reversals with Trump starting with huge cash at hand, and Biden began with little money at hand. Towards the end of the campaign trail, Biden is now sitting with a huge cash pile, and Trump's team is struggling to get back on track. Although both the candidates didn't disclose their September fundraising details, a person close to Biden confirmed to Politico that his September numbers would be higher than August's. On the other hand, the Trump campaign didn't share the fundraising details from the first presidential debate and the vice-presidential debate. President Donald Trump also said that he wouldn't participate in the second presidential debate if held virtually. He added, "I'm not gonna waste my time in a virtual debate. That's not what debating is all about. You sit behind a computer and debate, ridiculous. And then they cut you off whenever they want."
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