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Maybe I'll Have to Leave US If Biden Wins: Donald Trump

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Another chance to denounce white supremacy12 hours ago2:59

Addressing a rally in Georgia on Friday, Trump said: "Can you imagine if I lose? my whole life, what am I going to do?"

Trump's event, aired across NBC and its sibling cable channels of MSNBC and CNBC in the same hour, drew 13.5 million viewers altogether.

Biden's fundraising benefited from a boost in donor enthusiasm following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Trump's widely panned performance in the first presidential debate. "I am going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics?" "I will never speak to you again", he said.

Trump at a rally in Georgia went after Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden as a "corrupt politician" and at one point during his address described himself as feeling "pressure" while running against the former vice president. The campaign now has $432 million to spend on getting Biden elected.

"Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie grilled Trump on his pandemic response, as well as asking him to denounce white supremacy.

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

Joe Biden has broken his own monthly fundraising record by taking in $383 million in September for his presidential campaign.

Mr. Sasse, in a telephone call with constituents this week obtained by The Washington Examiner, said a defeat for Mr. Trump looks "likely" and Republicans may also lose the Senate.

But Senator Lindsey Graham, a key Republican ally for Mr. Trump, told AFP that voters were starting to weigh the pros and cons of the two parties, rather than focusing on Mr. Trump's bruising personality.

Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden are to hold a final debate next Thursday.

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