"I will be strongly demanding a Drug Test of Sleepy Joe Biden prior to, or after, the Debate on Tuesday night", Trump tweeted. Biden insisted he would take part in the debates because Trump is "not very smart" and a "liar".
Trump's mention of drug tests for the candidates is not the first time potential drug use has arisen around a presidential debate.
Tuesday's debate, which will be hosted by Fox News' Chris Wallace, is the first of three scheduled debates between Trump and Biden.
Trump has since tried to raise the bar by comparing the Biden's decades-long career in politics to his relatively short one.
Four years ago, The Washington Post and several other outlets tracked Trump sniffing more than 50 times during a debate with Clinton.
Throne Speech aftermath leaves non-confidence vote on the table
Pallister said this issue was completely ignored in the throne speech. "We need action", said deputy leader Candice Bergen. Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Dane Lloyd said he expected more after Trudeau prorogued parliament for weeks.
"More striking, the voters Mr. Trump and endangered Senate Republicans must reclaim to close the gap in the polls are even more opposed to a hasty pick: 62 percent of women, 63 percent of independents and 60 percent of college-educated white voters said they wanted the victor of the campaign to fill the seat", The Times reported. "I believe that no matter what this administration does to try to make it harder to vote, for everyone - not just people of color but everyone - no matter what, I think they are gonna vote". Because his debate performances were so bad.
"Well, we're going to have to see what happens", Trump said, before going on to wage his ongoing crusade against states expanding access to mail-in voting amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which he baselessly claims will lead to voter fraud. It wasn't that he was Winston Churchill because he wasn't, but it was a normal, boring debate.
"We've been transferring the office of the presidency from one person to the next since 1796", Cotton said. "No, we go back to Joe Biden, we have calm, we have steady leadership". It's offensive and it demeans the memory of the Holocaust, the suffering of the victims, and the lessons we must learn from that terribly dark chapter of history.
"Trump is clearing protests in front of the White House that are peaceful, you know, with the military".