Trump campaign press secretary Hogan Gidley dodged on Thursday morning when asked if President Donald Trump will comply with the rules allowing each candidate two minutes of uninterrupted speaking time, which will be enforced by muting the other person's mic, during his final debate with Democratic challenger Joe Biden. "We're standing sort of alone against all of these people", Trump told the crowd."We've had to beat the really stupid, dumb people".
"We've got to turn out like never before", he said.
The 44th president has made a few eye-catching contributions in the race so far on behalf of Joe Biden, who served as Mr Obama's vice president and is now the Democratic presidential nominee. "We can not leave any doubt in this election".
Four years ago, Mr Obama took part in a rally in Philadelphia with then-Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton the day before the election, only to see Mr Trump narrowly take the state.
Thursday night's second and final presidential debate will drive home President Trump's advantage over Joe Biden on the economy, National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow told FOX Business Network's "The Evening Edit" Thursday.
Obama's speech represented his most direct attacks on Trump to date, with the former Democratic leader leveling both substantive critiques - like questioning Trump's tax policy and handling of the coronavirus pandemic - and personal barbs, jabbing at shrinking ratings for the President's speeches and town halls.
Americans are voting early at a record pace this year, with more than 42 million ballots cast both via mail and in person ahead of November 3 Election Day on concerns about the coronavirus and to make sure their votes are counted.
As for North Carolina, it is another battleground state, where Biden now holds a narrow 2.3-point lead in the polling data, acording to aggregator Real Clear Politics' average of several recent surveys.
Obama won North Carolina in 2008, but lost it in his 2012 campaign.
"All you hear is covid, covid", the president said.
Obama remained on the sidelines during the Democratic presidential primaries, but he threw his support behind Biden after his former vice president won the party nomination. North Carolina is averaging 2,000 new cases a day over the past week, its highest level ever. Donald Trump, however, is a clear and continuing danger to the United States, and it does not seem likely that our country would be able to emerge whole from four more years of his misrule.
The poll found that 43% of voters said Trump deserves re-election and 29% said most members of Congress do also.