2020 has become the COVID-19 Election. How Trump handles the crisis—and how he is perceived to handle it—will likely determine whether he is re elected.
"We know Trump is an existential threat to the health and economic well-being of our communities and all Americans and we cannot afford four more years of his reckless administration," the committee said on Friday.
Early Wednesday morning, a Sanders spokesman said they would "assess the campaign" after Biden swept the primary elections.
Tuesday's primaries in Florida, Arizona and Illinois had 441 delegates at stakes for Democratic presidential candidates.
In recent days, the former vice president has appeared to make overtures to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.
"The Electoral College creates these strange incentives for campaigns to ignore most of the country and pour their attention into a small number of places," one political scientist told Newsweek.
"The campaign will make announcements about additional details on the format and timing of the virtual events and on future events in the coming days," Biden's campaign said in a Wednesday statement.
"This campaign is taking off and I believe we're going to do well from this point on," Biden told supporters in Philadelphia.
Many of his supporters say he should stay in the race—there are still over 1,000 delegates up for grabs and soon more progressive states like New York will have the opportunity to weigh in.
"Michigan is an important contest, not just for the Democratic primary, because the outcome of Michigan in November may determine who the next president of the United States is going to be," Biden said Monday.
"People should not have to miss a day of work to exercise their right to vote," Sanders said Tuesday. "This is an outrage."
The state is crucial to Senator Bernie Sanders, who won defeated Hillary Clinton there in the 2016 primary.
Nine percent of all Democratic pledged delegates will be up for grabs on March 10.
A new poll forecasts the upcoming Democratic primaries, with Bernie Sanders winning one state compared with Joe Biden's nine states.
The former vice president is ahead of the Vermont senator in Missouri, a poll shows, but his lead is within the margin of error.
"We are responsible for the people who claim to be our supporters and do really threatening, ugly, dangerous things to other candidates," Senator Elizabeth Warren told Rachel Maddow on Thursday.
Elizabeth Warren held on through Super Tuesday, but her supporters may now be flocking to Senator Bernie Sanders, who is looking to recapture his lead in the Democratic primary.
"He's surrounded by people that I know, in some cases I know pretty well," Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity. "They're losers. He's really surrounded by losers."
"It was about who could yell the loudest," Sanders said about the February debate in South Carolina. "That's not what the American people want."
"He's really putting his thumb on the scales for ad buying. It's incredible to have one campaign have that much impact," Sheila Krumholz of the Center for Responsive Politics said.
"There is a lot of room left for the race to change," Elaine Kamarck, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, told Newsweek.
The former mayor of New York City invested over half a billion dollars of his own fortune into his presidential campaign.
"It wasn't going to cost them any more money, it wasn't going to cost them any more work," Moore said about former Democratic presidential candidates Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out of the race and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
Billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday he doesn't think he can win the Democratic Party's July nomination without a contested convention.
CNN reporter Eric Bradner says O'Rourke told him that his son was swayed by a clip of Biden talking at a town hall in Charleston about the loss of his family members.
Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar stood with Joe Biden Monday night to endorse his presidential run.
Former Democratic candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have thrown their support to former Vice President Joe Biden while Sanders picked up the endorsement of the political action committee, Democracy for America.
The FiveThirtyEight forecast currently holds a 64 percent chance that no candidate will achieve a majority of pledged delegates before the convention.