President Trump faces tough questioning from Savannah Guthrie

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appear in dueling Town Halls.

Trump faced tough questioning by NBC News' Savannah Guthrie on issues such as Obamacare, his handling of the coronavirus, his taxes and a potential peaceful transfer of power.

The town hall kicked off with a tense back and forth between Trump and Guthrie. Guthrie grilled Trump on coronavirus, QAnon and white supremacy before getting to audience questions.

Guthrie asked Trump why he was hesitant to denounce white supremacy during the first presidential debate.

"Are you listening? I denounce white supremacy," Trump told Guthrie. "What’s your next question?"

Guthrie also brought up a New York Times story about Trump's taxes that said he only paid $750 in taxes in both 2016 and 2017 and that he holds $421 million in loans and debts.

"Who do you owe $421 million to?"

"It's a tiny percentage of my net worth," Trump replied.

However, former Vice President Biden on ABC, received softball questions from George Stephanopoulos. Biden said during the town hall he doesn't support a ban on fracking or defunding the police.

The Biden town hall event ended with Stephanopoulos thanking Biden and the audience. "I think you did a service to our democracy tonight," Stephanopoulos said.