Trump Reveals Latest Change In Biden Debate Plan

    President Joe Biden delivers remarks in National Statuary Hall on the one-year anniversary of the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Thursday, January 6, 2022, in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Cameron Smith)

    Former President Donald Trump just revealed the Biden camp has made yet another adjustment to the scheduled televised debates after already making a number of changes.

    Among Biden’s initial non-negotiable proposed standards were no live audience, a select variety of networks to host, and only two candidates on stage.

    Now there appear to be more. Trump told John Catsimatidis and Rita Cosby on 77 WABC AM that the Biden campaign is requesting that the candidates sit at a table for the entirety of the debate.

    “I hear now we’re sitting at tables. I don’t want to sit at a table,” Trump said.

    “I said, ‘No, let’s stand.’ But they want to sit at a table,” Trump continued. “So we’ll be sitting at a table as opposed to doing it the way you should be, in my opinion, in a debate.”

    “But I agree to their requests because I want to debate him,” Trump told Catsimatidis and Cosby.

    “I want him to tell us why he did that in Afghanistan, why it was the worst, most embarrassing day in history where we gave back — think of it — we gave them 85 billion dollars worth of equipment. 13 people killed, 45 people just so badly hurt —of our people — and hundreds of people killed overall. And we left hostages behind. I call them hostages. We left a lot of Americans behind,” the former president continued.

    In addition to no live audience, Biden’s campaign proposed that the debates only be held by networks that hosted the 2016 Republican primary debates and the 2020 Democratic primary debates in 2020, The NYT reported. Those networks include CNN, ABC News, Telemundo and CBS News.

    Biden and Trump have both accepted two debates: one on June 27 broadcasted on CNN and the other Sept. 10 on ABC News. Trump has accepted a proposal for a vice presidential debate on Fox News, though the Biden campaign has not. Instead, the Biden campaign opted to accept CBS News’ vice presidential debate proposal.


    1. The debate is Biden’s downfall. Intentionally. The real Dem candidate is waiting in the wings…ready. This early debate is a scheme…for Joe to fail and the Leftist “savior” to emerge. Just in time for their convention.
      Everything Democrat is a scheme.


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