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CBS reporter warns Americans to expect ‘surprises’ from Biden at presidential debate: ‘His physical performance’

CBS News reported Wednesday that Americans should expect “surprises” from President Joe Biden during next week’s presidential debate.

Biden is spending the next week at Camp David with his closest and most trusted political advisers, planning “extensive preparations” before heading to CNN headquarters in Atlanta for the June 27 debate, according to CBS News senior reporter Weijia Jiang.

“I think he’ll be a valuable debater. I don’t want to underestimate him.”

“They will plan everything they want to say as they confront Donald Trump,” Jiang said.

Sources who have spoken to Jiang said Americans shouldn’t be surprised by Biden’s “message” at the debate, which they said will see Biden touting his positions on “reproductive rights” policies and “democracy issues” and trying to claim an economic advantage.

“But it’s also said that we should expect some surprises because this speech is very important for President Biden, not only in terms of content but also in terms of physical performance,” Jiang added.

It’s unclear what the “surprise” is, especially regarding Biden’s “physical performance.” Unfortunately, Jiang declined to say more.

One of the puzzling things about the upcoming debate is what happened when the Biden campaign won the pre-debate coin toss.

Instead of making a final decision at the debate, the Biden campaign I chose which side to pick. Biden will be standing to the right of the stage. For some reason, the campaign wants Biden to appear on the right side of the TV screen. The campaign has not explained the decision.

But it’s a confusing issue nonetheless: Giving Trump the final say allows him to make a definitive and lasting impression on voters.

The debate, hosted and moderated by CNN, New rules emerge It will differ from past presidential debates in that there will be no audience, each candidate’s microphone will be muted and unmuted manually, there will be commercial breaks and neither candidate will be able to use pre-prepared notes — rules that are likely to favor Biden.

On the other hand, Trump is not underestimating his opponents.

“I think he’s going to be a worthy controversy. I don’t want to underestimate him,” the former president said. Said this week.

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