Biden want a “virtual” debate; President Trump says “no dice”

This is the announcement:

The Commission for Presidential Debates has announced that the second debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be held as a virtual town hall, with both candidates in remote locations. The move, according to the commission, is to “protect the health and safety of those involved.” In response to the news, President Trump said he will not participate. “I’m not going to do a virtual debate,” he said on Fox Business. Joe Biden’s campaign confirmed that the former vice president will be in attendance.

If you were to ask me, I would say that the object of this change is to protect Joe Biden from having to answer real questions and to stifle the President. I am glad that President Trump has finally said NO to the unfair “debates” (that aren’t debates) and their left-wing moderators.

If we are going to have a virtual anything, let it be a good old-fashioned Trump rally!

Joe Biden can stand on the “debate” stage and talk to himself.

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4 Responses to Biden want a “virtual” debate; President Trump says “no dice”

  1. stella says:

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  2. hocuspocus13 says:

    Let’s šŸŽ‰šŸŽ‰ RALLY šŸŽ‰šŸŽ‰

    Liked by 4 people

  3. auscitizenmom says:

    The President is right all the way around. There isn’t much point in wasting his time doing this. Biden will be cheating big in every way. I can envision the Commission gleefully coming up with this fix for the debates. I think there is a big “tell” here that the Commssion made this decision without consulting Trump’s people. There will be so much cheating going on with the Dems it will be a clown show.

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  4. jeans2nd says:

    The Head Guy of the “debate” commission was just on Martha McCallum’s show, and said the Commission chooses the place and time with no input at all from the candidates, and that’s their rules and they’re sticking to “their” “rules,” whatever that means.

    Welp, this is not a Socialist country yet We are still free to tell the “Debate” Commission NO.
    Who set them up as sole abiter, and what law requires anyone to obey them?
    Doggone, there sure are a lot of people running around insisting us peons obey their rules, when they have no compunction to obey anyone else’s rules.

    Phooey on the lot of ’em.
    Rally on!

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