Temer, 75, told Brazilians to have "confidence" they would overcome an ongoing crisis.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court turned down her appeal to halt impeachment proceedings.
Her lawyers have asked the Supreme Court to stop proceedings ahead of a Senate vote.
The Barcelona superstar may be at the center of a transfer wrangle.
The move rejected a surprise decision by the acting speaker of the lower house, who tried to annul a key vote.
The acting speaker of Brazil's lower house annulled a previous vote to advance the impeachment process.
The 26-year-old collapsed on Saturday night and never regained consciousness.
Rousseff promises to resist the suspension effort, but her chances for staying in office are dimming.
A judge ordered WhatsApp cut off on Monday for 72 hours. The reason was not made public.
President says opponents would target social programs instituted by her Workers Party if she is removed from office.
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Rousseff, Brazil's first female president, maintains there are no legal grounds for her ouster.
A sweeping investigation into corruption in Brazil is targeting more infrastructure projects for this year's Olympic Games than previously made public.
The three men who could succeed her face corruption charges of their own.
With 100 votes cast, 73 were in favor of impeaching Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.
Lower house of Congress will vote Sunday on whether Dilma Rousseff should be removed for breaking budget laws.
Brazil's Congress on Friday opened a three-day debate on whether to impeach President Dilma Rousseff.