Pat Toomey, Pennsylvania’s retiring Republican senator, appeared his GOP candidate Mehmet Oz Sept. 6.
Toomey picked up on Oz’s demands that Democrat John Fetterman commit to a debate this fall.
Fetterman suffered a stroke earlier this year, still has problems speaking and has rarely appeared on the campaign trail.
Toomey: “If John Fetterman were elected to the Senate, and he’s not able to communicate, if he’s not able to engage with the press, if he’s not able to engage with his colleagues, he would not be able to do the job. It’s just not possible.”