Joe Biden’s campaign says the President, who was released from hospital on Monday, has shown “misbehavior”.
Donald Trump says he will “probably” hold a meeting in Florida after he was fired so he can continue public talks from tomorrow.
Her doctor, Doctor Sean Conley, says the president has completed his coronavirus treatment studies and has responded well.
In a statement issued by White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Thursday, Dr Conley said: “Since his return home, his physical examination has been stable and there is no indication that the disease is ongoing.
“Saturday will be the 10th day since the discovery of Thursday’s whereabouts, and in view of the team’s ongoing evaluation, I fully expect the President to return safely to those community structures at that time.”
In an interview with Fox News shortly after, the president said he felt “very good” and was determined to return to the campaign.
“I think I’ll try to do a rally on Saturday night, if we have enough time to put it together, but we want to do a rally … maybe in Florida on Saturday night, maybe I’ll come back and do Pennsylvania next night,” Mr. Trump said.
He also said he would receive another test on the virus on Friday.
Mr Trump and his first wife Melania were diagnosed with coronavirus on October 2 after one of the President’s closest aides, Hope Hicks, was diagnosed with it.
The president spent a few days at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he was taken as a precautionary measure.
Earlier, Mr Trump said he would refuse to take part in a debate on October 15 that activists were planning to respond to his diagnosis by a coronavirus.
His campaign manager Bill Stepien suggested that public debates should be held on October 22 and 29 instead.
The president had said he was unwilling to “waste time” on the apparent controversy.
Mr Stepien said the debate would work for Joe Biden “who will be relying on a telephone contact in his basement”.
Mr Biden’s campaign said Mr Trump was “not doing a debate program”, and that “his misconduct did not allow him to rewrite the calendar, and to choose the new dates he had chosen”.
We suggest that Mr Biden will continue the debate in any way, the statement added: “We look forward to participating in the final debate, scheduled for October 22, which has already been tied to the date for the latest 40-year debate. he built that. “