October 3, 2022

Biden campaign agrees to three presidential debates, rejects request for fourth

Democrat nominee Joe Biden has been hiding in his basement for months, but it can’t last forever, no matter what his strategists say.

Despite his team’s best efforts, Biden was forced to make an official decision about upcoming presidential debates, announcing on Monday that he will appear in three debates with President Trump ahead of the November election. 

Joe Biden’s biggest weakness is unscripted appearances, and the Trump campaign is anxious to exploit that weakness.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani were reportedly behind the push for a fourth debate, but Biden’s campaign has outright rejected the proposal.

Biden’s campaign manager sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates — the organization that sponsors general election debates — confirming that the Biden campaign will not entertain proposals for further debates.

“Our position is straightforward and clear: Joe Biden will accept the Commission’s debates, on the Commission’s dates, under the Commission’s established format and the Commission’s independent choice of moderators,” said Biden Campaign Manager Jen O’Malley Dillon.

“Donald Trump and Mike Pence should do the same.”

At this point, Biden is entirely incapable of making a public appearance without committing some kind of disastrous gaffe. Despite the left’s best efforts to deflect criticism about Biden’s cognitive abilities onto President Trump, it’s clear that the more time Biden is forced to spend going toe-to-toe with Trump, the better it is for Trump’s campaign.

Do you think Biden will self-destruct when he finally has to debate Trump? Scroll down to the comments section and let us know!

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