"You know it", Trump said.
John McCain said in 2016 that he couldn't support Mr. Trump or Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016, citing Mr. Trump's demeaning comments about women.
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"Joe Biden is the kind of guy I would love to bring home to have dinner with my mom and dad", Murthy said in his opening remarks, adding that some homemade masala dosa would be served. ". Look, he says the most irrational things".
So to hear her endorse Obama's Vice President, 12 years later, I knew that something had seared her sense of decency in a similar way. "But it doesn't surprise me".
Both candidates will be travelling or sending surrogates to these states and the Biden campaign is using its $141 million (Dh517.8m) financial advantage over Mr Trump's to air TV ads there.
Mr Trump frequently claims that mail-in ballots are vulnerable to mass fraud and are being encouraged by Democrats to rig the election. The five states that routinely send mail ballots to all voters have experienced no significant fraud.
Trump's lack of commitment to a peaceful transfer of power is unprecedented. "There'll be a continuation". And as you know, my husband and I did not agree on everything. whether or not he would have done this, I don't know.
Billionaire Tom Steyer, who unsuccessfully challenged Biden for the Democratic nomination, complained that climate change was not among the topics.
During an interview with Fox News earlier this year, Trump didn't commit to accepting the election results either, saying "I have to see". "Trump does not see me".
Trump said this month that he prepares for the debates "every day" by "just doing what I am doing".
"I don't follow him and I don't pay attention to what's going on at all", she said.
Biden, after his campaign plane landed in DE on Wednesday evening, was asked to respond to Trump's remarks. Trump has denied making the remarks, first reported through anonymous sources by The Atlantic, but numerous comments were later confirmed by The Associated Press.
"The peaceful transfer of power is essential to a functioning democracy".
Susan Rice, America's former Ambassador to the United Nations, also warned of conflict in an opinion piece for the New York Times.
The president has repeatedly expressed concern about plans by a number of states, including California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and Washington, to automatically dispatch mail-in ballots to all state residents for the election.
Of those, only Nevada is a battleground, worth six electoral votes and likely to be pivotal only in a national presidential deadlock.
Retired Naval Officer and former President of the Duval County Democratic Black Caucus Joseph Maceo George said Biden would be a "proven leader".