Democrats are seeking to capitalize on the fact that the former vice president will be speaking in person at the third and final presidential debate of the 2016 presidential campaign on Sunday.
Clinton is also scheduled to appear on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360.”
The candidates will meet at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville on Saturday, and the debate will be held at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York.
Democratic National Committee spokesman Sean Spicer told The Associated Press on Monday that the candidates’ schedules are in flux.
“The DNC has no current plans to participate in a debate with Vice President Joe Biden and will monitor the situation and adjust accordingly as necessary,” he said.
In addition to the vice president, former vice presidents and other high-ranking officials from both parties will also be participating. “
It’s possible that they could be attending the debate as well, but we will not be providing any additional information at this time.”
In addition to the vice president, former vice presidents and other high-ranking officials from both parties will also be participating.
In the 2016 race, Clinton and Biden have had to fend off a slew of attacks and accusations of corruption and dishonesty in a campaign dominated by the perception that they are corrupt, untrustworthy and corrupt.
On Monday, Biden defended himself against the claims that he was a serial philanderer and sexual predator, telling ABC News that “there is absolutely no evidence of any of these allegations against me, not even a hint.”
“There is no evidence that I ever had any inappropriate relationships,” he told ABC News.
“And if you have a pattern, and it’s a pattern of inappropriate behavior, then you will be charged with a crime.”