Jason Miller, consultant President TrumpDonald John Trump (Donald John Trump) Joe Arpaio lost his bid for his old position because Sheriff Trump avoided Russia’s condemnation of Biden’s view: “ No one is tougher than me in Russia.”In an interview on Friday night, Joe Biden He is “actually a very good debater”, which seems to run counter to the confidence of the Republican Party, which believes that the former vice president will give Trump an embarrassing gaffe, which may trigger a negative news cycle.
“Joe Biden is actually a very good debater. He is not as lost during the interview every day,” Miller told the Washington Post. “What I want to say is that Joe Biden has been participating in the debate for 47 years, and he will even become the favorite of the debate.”
The Trump campaign and its Republican allies have been eager to change a news cycle that focuses on the inability to advance the coronavirus mitigation plan through recent controversial remarks by Congress and the President, and proposed that the television debate may be just what they need. Kind of activity.
Biden’s prolonged accompanying remarks eventually forced him to back down, including recent hints that he suggested that Hispanic communities are more diverse than black communities.
The Republican Party hopes that the same mistakes will be made in debates watched by millions of Americans. Trump’s campaign is so eager to debate Biden, so much so that it requires the Presidential Debate Committee to add another debate to the three already scheduled, or hold the last debate on the calendar, to ensure that at least before the early voting begins Have a duel.
The committee ultimately rejected the request.
Miller pointed out that Biden is a powerful debater, but he also said that the former vice president’s campaign may be alert to the danger of fraud and may restrict his appearance in Trump.
He said: “If Joe Biden really went through all three debates, I would be very surprised.” “I think their strategy is to show up and show that he has the ability to make a difference before having other debates. ”
The first debate between Trump and Biden will be held on September 29.