Other key states to watch include Georgia, which hasn't gone for a Democratic presidential candidate since the 1990s, and MI, a traditionally Democratic state that went for Trump in 2016, according to the Associated Press.
"We won't play games", Trump said.
"If it is less clear, there may be some disruptions and we need to be ready", Trudeau said.
During a lengthy telephone interview on Tuesday morning's edition of Fox News' Fox Friends, Trump went off on a tangent describing phone calls with people who would ask him about world affairs, referring to him as "sir".
"Nobody's ever had it (large crowd) before. In 2020 I'm asking you to trust me again", Biden said.
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Voters across the nation are lining up at the polls to cast their ballot for who they want to be the next president. This threshold varies by state and is based on patterns of past vote reporting and expectations about how the vote will report this year. And it's more than thinking.
Here at home, there's keen interest in the poll, particularly in the West Clare village of Doonbeg, which is home to the Trump family's five-star hotel and golf resort, and the ancestral links to the village of Vice President Mike Pence.
"I think the polls are suppression polls, and I think we'll have victory". "We're going to have another lovely victory tomorrow". "I look at it as being a very solid chance at winning here", said the president. They will work tirelessly to heal our divisions and build a better future for all of us. And sometimes the airport wasn't big enough. "I promise you I'll work as hard for those who don't support me as those who do".
One of New Jersey's two U.S. Senate seats is also up for election.
Lyn Leishman wrote: "Trump he must win or were all screwed".
In Florida, for instance, where turnout is at 92 percent of total votes cast in 2016, Democrats have outpaced Republicans so far: Around 560,000 more Democrats have voted early or by mail than Republicans.