"Ready to Rumble!" What to Expect from President Joe Biden and Donald Trump's Presidential Debates - Latest Global News

“Ready to Rumble!” What to Expect from President Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s Presidential Debates

President Joe Biden And former president Donald Trump have agreed to compete in two campaign debates! According to the Associated Press, the politicians will face off in June and again in September.

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CNN will moderate the first debate and the ABC network will moderate the second debate. The June debate comes so unusually early in the political calendar that neither Biden nor Trump will have formally accepted his party’s nomination.

Trump and Biden attack each other

After Biden accepted CNN’s debate invitation, he said, “To you, Donald.” He quoted Trump insisting he would debate Biden anytime, anywhere.

On Truth Social, Trump said he would be there and added: “Here we go!!!” Shortly afterwards they agreed to the second debate on ABC.

“Trump says he will organize his own transportation” Biden wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter. The president added a bit of shade and said he would continue to occupy the Oval Office. “I’ll bring my plane too. I plan on keeping it for another four years.” he said.

“Donald Trump lost two debates to me in 2020 and hasn’t appeared at a debate since.” Biden said in a post on X.”Now he acts like he wants to debate me again. Well, make a day of it, buddy.” Biden said, quoting Clint Eastwood’s character Harry Callahan in “Sudden Impact.”

Trump said Biden was the one “Worst debater I’ve ever met – he can’t put two sentences together!”

Why campaign debates are crucial

Considering how quickly the two agreed on debate dates, each opponent is confident they can defeat the other in a head-to-head showdown.

Trump and his team believe the debates will highlight voters’ concerns about Biden’s age and competence. On the other hand, Biden’s team believes Trump’s crazy rhetoric will remind voters why they voted him out of the White House in the first place.

The presidential debates are always critical moments and could be particularly important this year. Some voters are not happy with their decisions. Many expressed concerns about the candidates’ ages – Biden is 81 and Trump is 77.

CNN announced that the debate would take place at 9 p.m. ET in its Atlanta studios without an audience in attendance. Hosts Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will moderate. ABC has not yet announced the venue.

Something tells us the verbal jabs at the presidential debates could rival the Love & Hip Hop meetings!

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Associated Press writers Josh Boak, Zeke Miller and Jill Colvin contributed to this report.

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