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Biden slams Trump in new ad: 'The death toll is still rising.' 'The president is playing golf'

Added 05-23-20 11:57:02pm EST - “Former Vice President Joe Biden released a political attack ad against President Trump Saturday, slamming his decision to play golf on Memorial Day Weekend amid an ever-rising death toll due to the coronavirus in the United States.?” - Thehill.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Thehill.com: “Biden slams Trump in new ad: 'The death toll is still rising.' 'The president is playing golf'”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenOn The Money: Jobless rate exceeds 20 percent in three states | Senate goes on break without passing small business loan fix | Biden pledges to not raise taxes on those making under 0K Trump to attend SpaceX launch in Florida Hillicon Valley: Lawmakers demand answers on Chinese COVID hacks | Biden re-ups criticism of Amazon | House Dem bill seeks to limit microtargeting MORE released a political attack ad against President TrumpDonald John TrumpREAD: The Hill's interview with Anthony Fauci Trump's routing number revealed as press secretary announces he's donating quarterly salary to HHS: report Former White House aide won M contract to supply masks amid pandemic MORE Saturday, slamming his decision to play golf on Memorial Day Weekend amid an ever-rising death toll due to the coronavirus in the United States. 

The 30-second video shows Trump playing golf at his Virginia club Saturday. The footage is interspersed with what appears to be frontline healthcare workers walking into hospital rooms, administering COVID-19 tests at drive-thrus and interacting with patients on stretchers.

There also appears to be a small red bar graph increasing in size as the number of coronavirus-related deaths hovers close to 100,000. 

Nearly 100,000 lives have been lost, and tens of millions are out of work.Meanwhile, the president spent his day golfing. pic.twitter.com/H1BVNtgVjA

As of Saturday afternoon, the U.S. has recorded 1.6 million confirmed cases of the virus and 96,983 deaths from the disease, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. 

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