With the presidential election in full swing, Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden previewed his remarks to the American people on the eve of the 2020 U.S. election.

The 77-year-old former vice-president plans to address the nation, regardless of the results — when it’s appropriate.

“If there’s something to talk about tonight, I’ll talk about it. If not, I’ll wait ’til the votes are counted the next day,” Biden said in a Bloomberg News video.

RELATED: Heard Any Joe Biden Jokes? Study Of Late-Night Comics Finds Few

Biden was asked about his plans if President Donald Trump pre-emptively declares victory before a clear winner has been determined.

“Presidents can’t determine what votes [are] counted and not counted, and voters determine who is president. No matter what he does, no matter what he says, the votes are going to be counted,” Biden insisted.

“It depends on what he says and how he says it, but I don’t feel a responsibility to respond.”

Biden also said that he was “superstitious about predicting what an outcome is going to be,” explaining that’s “how I’ve always run.”

RELATED: Jennifer Lopez Sits Down With Joe Biden For A Virtual Chat About The Election And The Latinx Community

He is, however, “hopeful” about what he’s been seeing so far.

“What I’m hearing is that there’s overwhelming turnout, particularly of young people, of women. And there’s an overwhelming turnout among African-Americans, for example, in Georgia and Florida over the age of 65,” he said.

“So the things that are happening bode well for the base that has been supporting me, but we’ll see,” he said. “We’ll see.”

Biden later took to Twitter to encourage those who were still waiting to vote.