President Trump and Biden Have Phone Call About Coronavirus

The attempt to combat coronavirus is continuing to stretch across party lines. On Monday, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden spoke on a phone call to detail strategies, Deadline reports.

With an election set to take place this summer the conversation was a break in the debates and battles between the likely two candidates.

Speaking to press, Trump highlighted the conversation as a “very, very good talk” and adding “it was a warm talk.” Details of what were discussed were not explicitly stated, however, Trump stated Biden offered suggestions. “It doesn’t mean I agree with his suggestions,” Trump added.

Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s deputy campaign manager and communications director, wrote on Twitter, provided an update on Twitter as well.

Earlier, Trump took a swipe at Biden on Twitter over the possibility of a virtual Democratic National Convention.

“Joe Biden wanted the date for the Democrat National Convention moved to a later time period,” Trump wrote. “Now he wants a “Virtual” Convention, one where he doesn’t have to show up. Gee, I wonder why? Also, what ever happened to that phone call he told the Fake News he wanted to make to me?”