Trump Challenges Biden to Debate: “Anytime, Anywhere, Any Place”

Former President Donald Trump challenged incumbent Joe Biden to a debate. “It is important, for the Good of our Country, that Joe Biden and I Debate Issues that are very important to America, and to the American people,” Trump posted on Truth Social. “Therefore, I call for Debates, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE, ANYPLACE!” The 45th president added, “The Debates can be run by the Corrupt DNC, or their Subsidiary, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD). I look forward to receiving a response.”

Biden’s campaign responded. Campaign Communications Director Michael Tyler said in a statement on Wednesday, “I know Donald Trump is hungry for attention and struggling to expand his appeal beyond the MAGA base — and that’s a conversation we’ll have at the appropriate time in this cycle.” He added, “But if he’s so desperate to see President Biden in prime time, he doesn’t have to wait! He can join the tens of millions of Americans who will tune in to watch the State of the Union tomorrow night.”

Trump used to announced that he will share his live “play-by-play” of Biden’s State of the Union address. have fun angry the Democratic President on the latter’s arrival (“OUR COUNTRY IS LOST!”) and corrected Biden’s comments on everything from the Russia-Ukraine conflict on January 6 to the ongoing border crisis. “He sounds very angry when he speaks, which is a characteristic of people who know they’re ‘losing it,'” Trump commented. “Anger and shouting do not help unite our Nation!” The former president graduate, “That may be the Angriest, Most Compassionate, and Worst State of the Union Speech ever made. This is a disgrace to our Country!”

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Trump’s debate challenge with Biden follows growing concerns among voters about the president’s age and mental abilities. A recent Harvard CAPS/Harris poll showed up that more than two-thirds of voters (including 40% of Democrats) think Biden is “too old to be President” and about 60% think Biden is not ” mentally fit” for the role. An Emerson College/The Hill survey published found last month that nearly 60% of Michigan voters harbored concerns about Biden’s age. That number jumped to over 60% when only voters under 50 were surveyed. Even the typically left-wing comedy show “Saturday Night Live” featured a recent sketch mocking the leadership of the Democratic Party for saying that Biden is not too old. Media personalities and Democrats are the same showing concern older than Biden by a few months.

Just last month, Special Counsel Robert Hur determined that Biden had in fact committed crimes and endangered national security in his custody and handling of classified documents from his time as US senator and vice president, but refused to press charges because cognitive decline of the president. Hur described Biden as “a sympathetic, well-intentioned, old man with a poor memory,” and explained that, because of his old age, “It’s going to be hard to convince a jury that they should convict him.”

Trump and Republicans have repeatedly cited Biden’s symptoms of old age and dementia as a cause for concern. In a recent interview, Trump said that Biden was “in bad shape,” continuing, “I think he’s mentally challenged, and he’s definitely physically challenged. He can’t get off the stage. He can’t go up the stairs, you know , three stairs. And he couldn’t find his way. He couldn’t find the stairs. He couldn’t put two sentences together…”

Pro-Trump super PAC Make America Great Again, Inc. released an ad ahead of Thursday night’s State of the Union address, featuring footage of Biden silently struggling to remember what to say while hosting a press conference, followed by images of the president tripping and falling in stairs and wandering aimlessly offstage after a speech. The ad asked, “If Biden wins, will he live until 2029?” US House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) debuted a similar ad, listing Biden’s many failures and featuring footage of the 81-year-old Democrat eating ice cream, blinking and stuttering as he spoke, and tripping and falling down the stairs to Air Force One, with caption reads, “Three years of rejection.”

LifeNews Note: SA McCarthy serves as a news writer at The Washington Stand.

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