Trump Open to Multiple Debates with Biden, Sets Stage for Political Showdown

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 12/23/2023
In a statement made on Friday, former US President Donald Trump expressed his willingness to engage in multiple debates with current President Joe Biden, should they both secure the nomination of their respective political parties. 

During an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt, Donald Trump was asked about the possibility of facing Joe Biden in a future encounter.

The speaker expresses anticipation for a future event. One suggestion is to consider having 10 debates as a way to engage in meaningful discussions and explore various perspectives on a given topic. By organizing a series of debates, individuals can delve deeper into the subject matter and gain a During a conversation, Trump suggested the number 10 as a potential option. In addition, the individual put forth the viewpoint that the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD), the entity entrusted with the task of coordinating these events, is deemed to be "completely corrupt" and exhibits a bias towards the Democratic party.

In October 2020, there was a scheduled showdown between Donald Trump and Joe Biden that was ultimately canceled by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). Despite the cancellation, Trump expressed his determination to engage in a series of debates, stating that he would be willing to participate in up to 20 debates, even if they were organized by the CPD. 

The individual expresses their willingness to participate in an unlimited number of debates. Engaging in a debate with this individual on a nightly basis is something I would willingly partake in. Additionally, he expressed doubt that he would ever attend a debate.

In November, former President Donald Trump made a public declaration regarding his intention to seek re-election for the presidency in the year 2024. Despite being involved in several lawsuits in recent months, four of which have led to indictments, he still proceeded with his actions. The individual in question is currently confronted with a grand total of 91 criminal charges. The defendant has entered a plea of not guilty for each of the charges against him. 

During a recent rally in New Hampshire, President Trump made reference to his ongoing court cases by quoting a statement made by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Republican expressed his belief that he had experienced what he referred to as "Biden's politically motivated persecution." According to him, this situation highlighted what he perceived as the flaws within the American political system. He argued that the United States, a country that claims to promote democracy, should not attempt to lecture or instruct others on this matter.

In April, President Biden made the announcement that he intends to seek re-election. In a campaign strategy memo for the upcoming 2024 race, which was recently shared by CNN, the candidate emphasizes their intention to prioritize addressing the perceived existential threat to democracy posed by Donald Trump. 

According to a recent poll conducted by Morning Consult and Bloomberg, it was revealed that in seven crucial swing states, namely North Carolina, Georgia, Wisconsin, Nevada, Michigan, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, President Trump is currently leading the incumbent. The upcoming 2024 US presidential election is scheduled to take place on November 5th. The presidential election process includes a series of nominating contests held in each state from January to June.


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