Trump Tells Biden To Debate Him ‘For The Good Of The Country’

Trump speaks at CPAC 2023 - Photo by Jeff Rainforth

President Donald Trump is ready to debate with the supposed Democratic incumbent, President Joe Biden.

Conservative Brief reports:

Donald Trump called out his likely 2024 opponent, President Joe Biden, for an immediate debate, saying that it is “for the good of the country” as the former president seems to be a lock for the GOP nomination.

During an interview with Dan Bongino for his radio show, the former president said that he did not think Biden would remain in the race but nevertheless called on him to debate “immediately” while repeating a previous offer to grant a post-Super Bowl interview after the White House said the president would miss it for the second year in a row.

“And I don’t think he’s going to run. I don’t know if it’s donors or otherwise. It might be his family. It might be something,” Trump said. “I don’t think he’s gonna run, but I’d like to call for, immediately, debates. I’d like to debate him now because we should debate. We should debate for the good of the country. So I will officially go on your show call.”

“Oh, wow! Look at that! We’re breaking news: Mr. President Donald J. Trump calls for debates against Joe Biden. I mean, that’s great. We’re breaking some news here!” Bongino said in response.

“I am officially doing that. I also put out, you probably noticed, that I’ll take his spot at the Super Bowl if they want. We’ll get very good ratings,” Trump added.

In Nevada, where he was campaigning, Biden was asked about debating Trump, which he simply laughed off without a commitment.

Biden won with roughly 96 percent of the vote in South Carolina’s Dem primary, but WMBF reported that voter turnout across the state was anemic at less than 5 percent.

“In total, South Carolina saw 131,870 ballots cast for the 2024 primary out of just over 3.2 million registered voters – which accounts for just 4.09 percent,” the outlet noted. “Just three counties, Orangeburg, Lee, and Williamsburg, each saw turnout rates higher than 10%.”

Biden’s confidence seems misplaced.

Conservative Brief continues:

Meanwhile, concerns over Biden’s declining mental capacity continue to grow, especially after the White House announced over the weekend he would skip the pre-game Super Bowl interview for the second year in a row, despite this being an election year.

Politico reported: “Presidents have traditionally sought to leverage the marquee football event’s broad viewership, making Biden’s decision particularly notable in an election year.”

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