Trump Campaign Senior Adviser Corey Lewandowski talks about why Vice President Pence isn't self-quarantining after his chief of staff tested positive for Covid-19. Kate Bedingfield, Biden Deputy Campaign Manager and Communications Director, talks about Joe Biden's closing message. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) describes how he would like Joe Biden to begin his administration if he wins the White House. Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) describes his worries about the Republican Party. Yamiche Alcindor, Mark Murray, Anna Palmer and Amy Walter join the Meet the Press roundtable to talk about the Senate races they're watching on election day.
Be sure to read our latest breaking news updates, fact checks and our frequently updated live blog at NBC News.com/2020. 5 Pence associates test positive for Covid-19, nine days to go: candidates prepare for final days of campaigning, and 43 states and D.C. see a 10 percent Covid-19 case surge.
Be sure to read our latest breaking news updates, fact checks and our frequently updated live blog at NBC News.com/2020. President Trump to nominate Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg becomes first woman, first Jewish person to lie in state at U.S. Capitol, and new bodycam footage shows moments after Breonna Taylor shooting.
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01:39 Trump To Nominate Amy Coney Barrett For Supreme Court
01:56 Trump Attacks Mail-In Ballots, Casts Doubt On Elections
02:24 Biden Predicts Trump Will 'Leave' If He Loses Election
03:03 Pence: 'We Will Accept Free And Fair Election Results'
03:24 White House Attacks FBI Chief For Citing Lack Of Fraud
04:08 Trump To Nominate Amy Coney Barrett For Supreme Court
04:37 Justice Ginsburg Makes History Lying In State At Capitol
06:32 New Body Cam Of Moments After Breonna Taylor Shooting
07:01 Breonna Taylor's Family Demands Grand Jury Transcripts
07:49 Protests Across U.S. After No Charges For Taylor's Death
09:11 Florida Allows Restaurants & Bars To Fully Reopen
09:15 Virginia Governor And Wife Test Positive For COVID-19
09:38 Fierce Battle For Latino Voters In Critical Battleground
13:28 Are Opportunity Zones Creating Jobs For Black Americans?
16:04 Inside U.S. War Games Near The Edge Of Russia After it came to light that U.S. President Trump knew of the deadly nature of COVID-19 in early February of 2020, he now faces questions of why he publicly 'downplayed' the pandemic.
Trump was taped telling Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward that he knew coronavirus was "deadly stuff" and that the virus was "five times more deadly than the flu". Hear what Trump now has to say.