Maybe I'll have to leave the country if Biden wins

Maybe I'll have to leave the country if Biden wins

The Biden town hall reached 14.1 million people on ABC between 8 and 9 p.m. and Trump had 13.5 million combined on NBC, CNBC and MSNBC, the Nielsen company said.

Instead, Mr. Trump tossed the large, loudly cheering crowd red meat on immigration, race, and his conspiracy theory that Mr. Biden is steeped in corruption. "I'm going to say 'I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics.' I'm not going to feel so good". "'Lock them up.' You should lock them up, lock up the Bidens, lock up Hillary, lock them up", said Mr Trump as his supporters cheered him on. The campaign now has $432 million to spend on getting Biden elected. All the president's security personnel and support staff were wearing face masks when Air Force One touched down, but Mr Trump and Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis were bare faced.

"He'll do anything to distract us from focusing on his failures [on coronavirus]", Mr. Biden said.

And as he again denounced the White House's handling of the virus, declaring Mr Trump's administration was at fault for closing a pandemic response office established by the Obama administration in which he served. He said Mr. Trump's comments were a "dog whistle" to such groups.

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Democratic candidate Biden leads Trump nationally by double digits in the frenzied homestretch to the November 3 election.

Trump often touts TV ratings, including after the first presidential debate in September, when Trump tweeted, "HIGHEST CABLE TELEVISION RATINGS OF ALL TIME". "He's got the character and the experience to make us a better country", he said.

Trump and Biden were originally supposed to take part in a town hall debate, but that event was canceled after Trump refused to participate in a virtual version despite having testing postive for COVID-19.

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