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?”