Senate hopeful Herschel Walker dared Barack Obama to compare resumes after the former president questioned Mr Walker’s credentials for leadership, calling him more of a "celebrity" than a politician.
Mr Obama campaigned for Mr Walker’s opponent, incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock, on Friday night in Georgia.
The former president also addressed what he called Mr Walker’s "issues of character" and "habit of not telling the truth."
Presenter Brian Kilmeade asked Mr Walker if he had ever met Mr Obama, and how he felt about the former president’s criticism.
"So I created businesses, I sit on a publicly traded board, so those are things I’ve done outside of football," Mr Walker said.
"But my resume against his resume I’d put it up any time of the day, and I think I’ve done well.
Once of the things I’d say to the people is that [Mr Obama] is not in Georgia voting. »