Biden Says NO – Debate Commission Refused

Officially, the Biden campaign has withdrawn from the Presidential Debates Commission.

Even though Trump has been urging Joe Biden to debate throughout, the campaign has been preparing for Biden’s possible refusal to participate in any presidential debates for months and building the case against him. The campaign has now declared that it will not take part in the three debates that the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) has scheduled for the autumn.Rather, Biden proposes two televised presidential debates, one in June and one in September, and advocates for direct talks between the campaigns.

Joe Biden made a misleading video speech public on Wednesday, saying, “I lost two debates against Donald Trump in 2020, and he has not shown up for a debate since then.”

For that matter, neither has Biden; he declined to engage in a debate with his main opponents.

Biden went on, “Now he is behaving like he wants to debate me again.” Make my day, buddy, will I? Heck, I will do it twice. Donald, let us choose the dates. I have heard Wednesdays are your free day.

It is important to note that the Biden video above features five jump cuts in only 13 seconds.

On Monday, September 16, at Texas State University in San Marcos, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) scheduled the first-ever presidential debate. The upcoming debate will take place on Tuesday, October 1, at Virginia State University in Petersburg. On Wednesday, October 9, the University of Utah in Salt Lake City planned to host the final debate. The Trump team has pushed for debates to take place prior to the start of early voting.

In a letter to the commission, Biden campaign chair Jen O’Malley Dillon asserted that “the Commission’s paradigm of generating massive spectacles with large crowds at tremendous expense simply is not required or conducive to excellent discussions.” “The purpose of the debates should be to benefit the American people who watch them on television and at home, not to amuse partisans and contributors who attend in person and monopolize discussion time with boisterous displays of support or mockery.”

Major media sites released a united statement encouraging both candidates to formally commit to debating, as the Biden campaign has been ambiguous and noncommittal about participating in the presidential debates. However, it was evident that the statement was specifically directed at Biden.

It is clear why Biden declined to take part in the debates. He struggles to even read from his teleprompter, which has made his public appearances a complete failure. And when he speaks spontaneously, well, forget it.

However, last month, Biden stated, “I am delighted to debate him,” in an interview with Howard Stern.

Trump has already agreed to accept the offer.

Trump said to Fox News Digital, “Crooked Biden is the most terrible debater I have ever dealt with—he cannot put two sentences together.” “He is crooked and the worst president in American history.”

“Debate is overdue,” Trump said, even if it means going through the offices of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which are entirely under Democratic control and, as everyone remembers, were caught lying to me about debate sound levels.”

“I am prepared to leave,” he said. “The times they suggested worked well.” Anywhere is acceptable. At any moment. Any location. Joe might be able to reach the stand-up podium, let us see.

“I find the suggested dates of June and early September to be very appropriate,” he continued. “I will cover my own travel expenses.”

Author: Scott Dowdy


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