Biden says America was built on basic fundamental decency and "it is being shredded right now".
A short time later in Elko, Trump fired off his own attack at the former vice president.
Don't expect Donald Trump to cop to a "thumpin" " or a "shellacking" if the midterm elections turn into a triumph for Democrats.The President, even as he races around the country animating rowdy campaign crowds and launching a full-on media blitz, is making one thing clear: if Republicans go down on November 6, it's not on him.Like much of Trump's unorthodox presidency, his strategy is laced with contradictions.
Trump returned the favor, derisively referring to the former vice president as "one percent Joe" because of his dismal showing in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary.
When Trump asked supporters which nickname they preferred, one woman in the crowd shouted "Creepy Joe!"
"We're going to make a lot of people happy", he says.
The administration is beginning to pull together plans for the president's fiscal 2020 budget proposal, which Trump will present to Congress early next year.
He said that his administration is "going to figure it out" and that he's "already figured it out", but didn't elaborate on what the administration is doing to stop the caravan from entering the U.S., instead telling the crowd that he would keep it "low-key" until after the election.
As early voting in the pivotal state got underway, Trump appeared in rural Elko, wrapping up a swing of Western states where he campaigned for Republican candidates, while Biden was several hundred miles south in Las Vegas at a union local.
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"Now look, I wish Biden the best".
"You know, I think that blue wave is being rapidly shattered".
"I just hope they pick somebody good, somebody that's going to represent their interests", he continued before pivoting to attacks against Democratic Sens.
Trump used his Kentucky visit to praise Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for shepherding the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh through the Senate. "Remember who the hell we are", Biden said.
"We should put money back into the pockets of American families to address rising costs of childcare, housing, tuition, and other expenses", Harris previously said in a statement.
In a further sign of the state's importance in the midterms, former President Barack Obama scheduled a stop Monday in Las Vegas.
The incident was caught on camera, showing Pelosi calmly entering Florida Democratic House candidate Donna Shalala's headquarters as she gets surrounded by the protesters.
Trump's appearance also comes amid uproar over the death of US -based journalist Jamal Khashoggi, something he addressed earlier in the day in Arizona. Saudi Arabia admitted Khashoggi had died but said his death was the result of a fight.
The President said he planned to speak with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "soon".