“I don't think she understood the gravity of setting it up,” Biden said.
"That's the challenge that we have going forward."
"He's a great friend. Smart. One of the most pure-hearted people I've ever known in politics."
"We're a little bit busy over here."
"My father will accept it 100 percent if it's fair, if it's fair."
"I would want to at least serve until there's a replacement to be named."
WikiLeaks also tweeted that a surprise is in store for Tim Kaine.
Joel Benenson said Clinton has focused on "not turning our backs on each other."
"I think we had a number of presidents who had interesting challenges in their personality."
"We predict that this is going to be the biggest election in American history," Mook said.
Clinton leads Trump 50 percent to 38 percent.
Gingrich argues Trump is more popular than polls suggest.
The GOP strategist said he has never seen a campaign with "less discipline" than Trump's.
He said Clinton is in a "very strong position."
"It's just unbelievable," Jan Brewer said.
"What he is saying is he wants to reserve all options," Priebus said.
Clinton leads Trump in Florida, while the GOP nominee has a slight edge in Texas.
Joel Benenson said Republicans are focused on James O'Keefe's videos instead of Trump's words.
"He'll fight for this country, and he's always fought for himself," Eric Trump said.
"It was amazing to hear."
Still, Jan Brewer noted that candidates have a right to contest election results.
"Not that I'm aware of. I don't know about any contact," Robby Mook said.
Retired general says the U.S. has "cut too far" on defense spending.
Trump's campaign manager says she wishes there was a fourth debate.