Biden, Trump host separate town halls
President Trump and Joe Biden make their cases to voters and viewers, going head to head but not face to face. They talked about the economy, each other and the coronavirus.
I didn't have two candidates to town halls. Two very different viewpoints. The Biden campaign this morning blasting the president's refusal to denounce the Cuban in conspiracy theory. I know nothing about Q. And on. I just tried very little, you told me. But what you tell me doesn't necessarily make it fact. I hate to say that I know nothing about it. I do know they are very much against pedophilia. Last night's dueling primetime events, scheduled after the president backed out of what was initially set to be a virtual debate. Once he was diagnosed with the coronavirus, the president pressed by Savannah about the first debate and when he was tested Justic Button it up. Do you take a test every single day? No. No, But I take a lot of tests, okay? And you don't know if you took a test the day of the debate? Uh, possibly I did possibly didn't. But, you know, the doctor is very accurate. Information. The pandemic. Also a focus for Democratic nominee Joe Biden in his own town hall, moderated by ABC News. George Stephanopoulos asked whether he would accept a vaccine under the Trump administration if the body of scientists say that this is what is ready to be done and there it's been tested, have gone through the three phases. Yes, I would take it that encourage people to take it. Biden also addressing a potential vaccine mandate. How could you enforce that? Well, you couldn't. That's the problem. It's like you can't mandate a mask, but you can't say you go to every governor and get them all in the room. All 50 of them is president and say Ask people wear the mask. The former vice president, also once again declining to say whether he would expand the nation's highest court if he wins, they'll have a right to know where I stand before they vote. So you'll come out with a clear position before Election Day. Yes, depending on how they handle this. With just 18 days until Election Day, the candidates closing in on their closing arguments, President Trump making his case for four more years because I've done a great job. We have the strongest economy in the world. We closed it up way are coming around the corner, vaccines air coming out soon and our economy is strong. Biden, for his part asked what it would say about the country if he lost. I hope that it doesn't say that we are as racially, ethnically and religiously at odds of one another as it appears President wants us to be.