Bitter rivals Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump briefly crossed paths in the Forest City Monday, with both making brief Labor Day appearances in the critical battleground state.
"We're going to make that decision into the future", Trump said in his most extensive comments on immigration since delivering a long-awaited policy speech last week that definitively ruled out a pathway to legal status for people living in the country illegally.
So the "obligation" to do the debates was really not so much an obligation, because Trump skipped one of them due to yet another dispute he worked hard to maintain.
Donald Trump says he plans to take part in all three presidential debates against rival Hillary Clinton.
Labor Day has traditionally been the kickoff to the fall campaign.
As her jet landed, it parked on the tarmac near Trump's with the space of about two football fields separating them.
The Labor Day holiday is the traditional kickoff to the frenzied, last stretch of campaigning ahead of the November 8 election, and both Trump and Clinton chose to begin their day in Cleveland.
The aggressive Labor Day schedules marked the unofficial beginning of the two-month sprint to Election Day.
The new plane has Clinton's slogan "Stronger Together" on the side and her "H" logo on the tail.
Clinton and Trump were each joined by their running mates in OH, a signal of the importance each campaign places on the Buckeye State.
An utter landslide for Clinton looked more likely immediately after the conventions, when she regularly saw double-digit leads in national polls. Earlier in the day, he met with leaders and members of various unions in a Cleveland suburb to discuss immigration and trade, his two signature issues.
Trump told reporters at a news conference that the discussion of who would pay for the wall never came up.
Trump said that "as of this moment", he is planning on participating in all of the scheduled debates.
"It's kind of interesting to have all the planes here on the same tarmac", Kaine said after he and Clinton greeted supporters on the tarmac.
Current presidential forecasts from five different modelers put Clinton's chances of winning between 71 percent and 94 percent. Vice President Joe Biden will camp out in working class areas of OH and Pennsylvania. "He really didn't mean what he said'". Two months from Election Day, Hillary Clinton holds a clear advantage over Donald Trump in almost every measure traditionally used to gauge success in presidential races.
Clinton said she was "quite taken aback" by the Trump Foundation's political contribution to Bondi just as she was considering an investigation into Trump University.
Campaign 2016 Trump: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gives a thumbs up during a church service at Great Faith Ministries, Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016, in Detroit. The rest of Trump's traveling press corps continued to fly on a separate plane on Monday.