He continued to make the case for Georgia Democratic Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, who he said he needs in the upper chamber to help approve his agenda. Then he blasted the Republican incumbent senators in Georgia as he claimed their “loyalty is to Trump” and “not to the people of Georgia.”

Still, he noted there are some Republicans who have been willing to break with Trump, and appeared to suggest that they may be willing to work with him while he is president.

“There are enough really decent Republicans, you’re seeing them step up now, in the United States Senate who don’t want to be part of this Trump Republican Party,” Biden said.