President Trump speaks during a campaign rally at the Duluth International Airport on Sept27, 2020.
| Stephen Maturen/Getty Images By MAYA KING and LAURA BARRÓN-LÓPEZ 10/27/2020 11:25 AM EDT Link Copied On Tuesday, President Donald Trump dismissed speculation that he might step down as he took off the campaign trail amid concerns that he would be driven to do soTrump returned to the White House on Wednesday, carrying a megaphone and telling supporters to “Don’t be afraid of Covid.
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I feel better than I did 20 years ago!” Trump said that he could take over when he was incapacitated“I feel fine, I’m very much looking forward to getting back out and doing the hard things, like leading the United States in leading our Country in the World.” “I don’t know if you’ve asked me already, but I just want to be able to do my job, and the most important thing for me is to make sure that the great people of America get a great opportunity to do something extraordinary, anything, that’s the only thing I can’t do,” Trump said.
Advertisement – story continues below “I want to do my job and the job will be fulfilled.” “I don’t know, that’s not even the job yetSo I don’t know, I am in the process of thinking about it,” Trump continued.
“I would be foolish to think that I can do all this, but I would be very foolish without the knowledge that I have been given to do.” Trump connected that to the Nancy Pelosi presidency, saying it was “the most extraordinary experience I have ever had in this office,” adding: “I have been sitting here thinking for the last five days, ‘I’m going to be fine’.’” “The thing is, the only people I’m going to be spending time with are the ones who are eligible to be on the ballot,