Trump Family: “This Debate Won’t Be Normal”

Concerning the presidential debate, Eric Trump said this week that his father will probably have to contend with two opponents: CNN and President Joe Biden.

This Thursday is the scheduled date for the first presidential debate. Jake Tapper and Dana Bash, two network anchors, will facilitate the discussion. CNN will host the event. While Eric Trump expressed pride in his father¬†for the support he got throughout the campaign, he cautioned that people should “make no mistake” and recognize that his father is up against it in the discussion.

Eric Trump introduced himself as “Jake Tapper” on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo. “I believe Jake Tapper previously made a Hitler comparison with my father. In his control room, Jake Tapper is the one who will yell, “Turn this man off!” What he has to say is not what I want to hear.

“So realize that he’s not simply going to be debating Biden,” asserted Eric Trump. He will engage CNN in debate.

The younger Trump claimed that since the 2016 primary debates, CNN has been antagonistic to his father, and he has never missed any of his father’s debates. “You best believe” that the network will give Biden a “free pass,” he continued.

The son of the former president also took issue with Biden’s decision to spend almost a week at the western Maryland retreat known as Camp David in order to be ready for the debate. He stated that his father is not devoting as much time to preparation for this debate, and questioned whether Biden’s extensive preparation for the debate demonstrates confidence in the electorate.

Neither candidate may bring prepared notes to the presidential debate, and there won’t be a live audience. The network declared on Thursday that Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent running for president, did not fulfill the prerequisites to participate in the debate.

Kellyanne Conway, a former White House adviser, counseled Trump to let Joe Biden speak and “let him stumble” along during the debate before it started. Meanwhile, former Democratic governor of New York Andrew Cuomo has counseled Biden to come out as “powerful” in this debate, drawing comparisons to his appearance during the State of the Union address.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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