For political buffs and American voters eager to see a match between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, who appears to have the numbers to win the Democratic presidential nomination – it is possible that they will be very disappointed.
Trump, who is famous for his wild stunts that entertain the media and his fans, is hesitant to take part in debates against the Democrat who wins the primaries.
According to a report in the New York Times, the former reality star spoke to his campaign advisers about skipping general election debates in 2020 because he does not trust the Presidential Debates Commission.
Trump firmly believes in the strange theory that the nonprofit that organizes the debates will choose moderators that he disapproves of.
This is not the first time that Trump has pulled the “stunt of the pending debate”. He also did this during the 2016 Republican primary for the president and blamed Megyn Kelly for the decision.
Some say that Trump, who is a terrible and disorderly debater, is afraid to oppose Biden because, after each of their three debates, he could get a bump in the polls.
Meanwhile, Biden denounces Trump on every opportunity given to try to get Ukrainian leaders to investigate him and his son, Hunter.
The former vice president recently shared, “No, I’m not going to let you look away here. Everyone knows what it is. He’s playing a Trump gambit. Whenever he is in trouble, he tries to find someone else to divert attention. “
The Democrat continued, “No, I will not give in to what everyone is looking for here. And it’s to look away from the ball. No one has … a single spark of evidence that I did something other than do my job for America as anyone could have done. “
Biden also clarified that he was not like Trump and added, “He makes fun of people. He demeans people. He lies. I don’t do any of these things. Period. The point is, this guy got up and was lying. And I just pointed out: “You are a liar”. It is a fact. He lied. Period.”
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