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Biden campaign accepts CBS News VP debate offer

The Biden campaign has accepted an offer from CBS News for a vice presidential debate. This would set the stage for Vice President Kamala Harris to face former President Donald Trump’s pick for vice president, if the Trump campaign also chooses to accept it. Discussion invitation.

“The Biden campaign has accepted CBS News’ invitation to participate in this summer’s vice presidential debate. CBS News has accepted a similar offer from the Trump campaign,” CBS News said. tweeted.

“We are hopeful that the Trump campaign will accept one of these dates.”

The Biden campaign has indicated that either July 23 or August 13 are acceptable dates.

Brian Fallon, Vice President Harris’ campaign communications director, was quoted as saying, “We are hopeful that the Trump campaign will be able to accept one of these dates and set up a full debate schedule for this campaign.” CBS News.

Former President Donald Trump, the 2024 Republican presidential candidate, has not yet announced his running mate.

Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden have agreed to participate in two debates this year, one hosted by CNN on June 27th and the other hosted by ABC News on September 10th.

Mr. Biden claimed Trump reportedly lost twice in debates in 2020.

“Crooked Joe Biden is the worst debater I’ve ever faced. He can’t put two sentences together!” President Trump declared. post In true social. “Mr. Crooked is also the worst president in U.S. history so far. He is trying to hold back the debate so that he can explain to the American people his highly destructive open border policies, his ridiculous new electric car mandate, and his acceptance of the destruction of inflation.” The time has come,” high taxes, and his really weak foreign policy that is setting the world “on fire.”

election day Election day is November 5th, but many voters will have already cast their votes by then.

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