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Biden Loses Every Inch Of Reputation As A President


Trump Step On Biden At Any Given Chance

As the 2024 election draws nearer, a striking contrast is emerging between Donald Trump and Joe Biden regarding presidential debates. Trump is aggressively pushing for more frequent and earlier matchups with Biden, while the incumbent has been hesitant and evasive about committing to any debates at all. 

This feud over debates previews a key dynamic likely to define the campaign – Trump’s pugnacious eagerness to directly take on Biden versus Biden’s obvious reluctance to engage in unscripted exchanges.

The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates has announced a tentative fall schedule of three presidential forums and one vice presidential debate. But Trump is already demanding more opportunities for the candidates to argue their cases in direct primetime clashes. The former president claims he is ready to debate Biden “anytime, anywhere,” dismissing typical debate negotiations. Biden, however, has scoffed at Trump’s challenge and insisted he will only consider debating if certain conditions are met regarding Trump’s conduct.

This war of words over debates reflects the starkly different attitudes of the two candidates toward rhetorical combat and unfiltered public scrutiny. Trump clearly relishes the primetime stage to spar with rivals and tout his platform. But Biden has shown a distaste for unpredictable exchanges that might prove politically damaging. The president’s evasiveness suggests an underlying doubt that his message and abilities can withstand Trump’s attacks in a direct debate.

Voters can expect Trump to continue hammering Biden to agree to more debates, earlier in the election cycle. He likely senses vulnerability in Biden’s hesitance. Meanwhile, Biden will probably keep resisting firm commitments, aided by allies downplaying the importance of debates. This mounting election tension over debates previews a key question – does Biden have the fortitude to endure Trump’s onslaught under the bright lights?

Biden And Trump Fiery Debate Requests

Leading news organizations are pressuring Biden and Trump to commit to general election debates in 2024. These debates are a vital democratic tradition allowing voters to compare the candidates side-by-side.

The nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates has scheduled three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate for fall 2024. Though invitations haven’t gone out yet, candidates who expect to qualify should confirm their participation now.

Americans of all political stripes can agree the stakes are high in 2024. Nothing can substitute for the candidates directly debating their competing visions before the voters. Debates are an essential part of democratic accountability.

Trump has rightly called for starting the debates earlier, given the rise of early voting. Tens of millions vote before the current debate schedule. Voters deserve to see the candidates clash while their votes still matter.

Trump says he is fully committed to debating Biden any place, any time. He recognizes open exchanges of ideas are vital in an election of such importance. Conservatives believe in robust debate.

Biden has arrogantly tried to dodge firm commitment by saying he’ll debate if Trump behaves appropriately. This imperious attitude avoids democratic scrutiny. What is Biden afraid of?

Biden also dismissively said Trump just wants attention and has nothing else to do. Typical liberal arrogance. Trump understandably wants to showcase his platform early through debates.

Biden’s campaign claims Trump is struggling to expand his base, another arrogant taunt. Clearly Biden wants to limit debates to shield his weakness. Conservatives shine in open debate.It’s telling Biden only wants to debate when it suits him rather than welcoming exchanges of ideas. He seems to view accountability as an annoyance. This is the arrogance of power.

“If there is one thing Americans can agree on during this polarized time, it is that the stakes of this election are exceptionally high,” the organizations said in a joint statement. “Amidst that backdrop, there is simply no substitute for the candidates debating with each other, and before the American people, their visions for the future of our nation.”

Trump Knows No Fear And Publicly Challenges Biden

On Saturday, Trump held a rally in northeast Pennsylvania with two lecterns set up on the stage: one for him to give a speech, the other to symbolize what he said was Biden’s refusal to debate him. The second lectern had a placard that read, “Anytime. Anywhere. Anyplace.”

Trump challenges Biden’s recalcitrance to debate. Presidential candidates owe voters extensive good-faith debates, not just tightly-controlled appearances when politically convenient.

Conservatives recognize open debate and scrutiny are assets in developing policies and reputations. Biden’s imperial attitude treats such public exchanges as bothersome chores. His reluctance is telling.

Biden should gladly embrace debating Trump often and early. Confident leaders relish showcasing their vision. Biden’s hesitance suggests a candidate afraid of having his record examined too closely.

While Trump is also being committed to his Jury case this week, Trump’s campaign has been paying extra attention for additional presidential debates and for them to take place much earlier than initially proposed.

Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita co-campaign managers sent Thursday to the commission on presidential debates co-chairs Frank Farenkopf Jr. and Antonia Hernandez for additional debates, “While the Commission on Presidential Debates has already announced three presidential debates and a vice-presidential debate to occur later this year, we are in favor of these debates beginning much earlier.” 

“By the date of the first proposed debate, September 16, 2024, over 1 million Americans will have likely voted,” they wrote. “By the date of the second proposed debate, October 1, 2024, the number of Americans who will have likely cast a ballot will be over 3 million, an increase of 225%.”

Trump has endorsed Dave McCormick for Senate in Pennsylvania. McCormick is a successful businessman, veteran, and former Treasury official ready to shake up Washington.This crucial race is a top pickup opportunity for Republicans aiming to retake the Senate. Current Democrat Senator Bob Casey has failed Pennsylvania for years and does nothing.

Trump’s endorsement shows McCormick is the true America First candidate who will shake up the Swamp. The liberal media may suggest otherwise, but McCormick fully embraces Trump’s MAGA agenda.

Unlike RINO Dr. Oz who disappointed in the last Senate race, McCormick is a genuine conservative ready to stop Biden’s disastrous policies. Trump recognized McCormick’s abilities this time.

Biden Losing Even In His Hometown

Biden is so unpopular that he fears campaigning in his own birth state of Pennsylvania. Yet he keeps doubling down on policies voters hate like open borders, censorship, and transgender extremism.

As Trump stated in his campaign speech, that he has a podium set up for Joe Biden as if he is not  a scaredy cat refusing to debate against his rival and to talk about the American nation, “See the podium? I’m calling on Crooked Joe Biden to debate anytime, anywhere, any place. Calling him out and his prosecutors for fighting his own battles instead of him,

Biden has arrogantly tried to dodge committing to any debates with Trump in 2024. What is he so afraid of? How imperious can liberals get? Biden knows he can’t withstand Trump’s withering attacks on his disastrous record and framing it on “depends on Trump’s behavior”

Clearly Biden wants to avoid at all costs the devastating optics of standing on stage next to the confident, articulate Trump. That’s the only explanation for Biden’s constant debate dodging.

After the foolish taunt Biden’s campaign has done against Trump, Biden is terrified of his incoherence being exposed, while Trump relishes wide-ranging ideological combat. This desperate bravado can’t mask Biden’s fear of debating a skilled political pugilist like Trump.

In his State of the Union speech, cowardly Biden repeatedly invoked Trump without saying his name – even that was too much for him. Mentioning Trump seemed to highlight his terror. Instead he kept mentioning him as “my predecessor”.

With Biden’s endless equivocation on debating Trump lays bare his craven fear of public scrutiny. Despite the media’s best efforts to prop him up, Biden knows he can’t survive side-by-side exchanges with the quick-witted Trump.

While Biden haughtily demands Trump meet his arbitrary standards to consider a debate, real leaders recognize open debates are opportunities, not burdens. Confident conservatives relish defending their ideas.

Yet quivering Biden views debates as an annoying distraction from the choreographed campaign appearances that tightly control his gaffes. Like most liberal elites, he sees little value in being challenged directly by opponents or questioned by voters.

The arrogant Biden expects Americans to simply believe the scripted propaganda cooked up by his handlers. He recoils at the idea of spending 90 minutes next to Trump as his ineptitude is exposed to the nation.

While Trump aggressively challenges Biden to debate early and often, Biden responds with endless excuses and conditions. His transparent reluctance suggests a candidate afraid of his own record.

Biden’s imperial attitude toward debates demonstrates the classic liberal fear of honest discussion and scrutiny. He radiates the insecurity of a man who knows his vacant platitudes don’t withstand serious inspection.

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