President Donald Trump assailed likely opponent Joe Biden as not competent to lead the country, speaking as polls over the weekend showed deepening voter disenchantment with his own handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
He said if Biden is elected on November 3, he will destroy the country.
Facing the multiple challenges of a spreading pandemic, racial unrest and a struggling economy, Trump made several unfounded or highly speculative accusations against the former vice president, saying Biden would triple your taxes and defund the police.
He added that Religion will be gone, referring to Democratic officials banning large church services to stem the virus spread.
Asked whether he would accept the election result in November, even if he loses, Trump echoed his 2016 position to the effect that he would not say yes or no.