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Trump agrees to VP debate on Fox after Biden campaign accepts CBS invite

Former President Trump and President Biden quickly reached an agreement in two presidential debates in a whirlwind Wednesday. However, the campaign does not appear to be discussing the vice presidential election or additional debates.

On Friday, President Trump said in two posts on Truth Social that he had agreed to a debate on FOX and a fourth debate against Biden on NBC and Telemundo “on behalf of the future Vice President of the United States.” .

The Biden-Harris campaign agreed to a vice presidential debate on CBS earlier this week, and Biden will not participate in any additional debates other than two scheduled for CNN in June and ABC in September. The third debate that President Trump had agreed to was also canceled. Fox News.

President Trump said Friday that the Fox vice presidential debate would “hopefully” be held at Virginia State University, a historically black university. “I urge Vice President Kamala Harris to agree to this. Make America Great Again!” he wrote.

FOX News anchor Bret Beyer said on friday “The Story with Martha McCollum” reported that the outlet had asked to host a vice presidential debate either on July 23 or August 13, or after the parties’ conventions. The Democratic convention ends on August 22nd, while the Republican convention will be held in July.

The Biden-Harris campaign announced Thursday that they have agreed to hold the vice presidential debate hosted by CBS on either July 23 or August 13.

The Biden-Harris campaign said it is “hopeful that the Trump campaign will be able to accept one of these dates and establish a full debate schedule for this campaign.”

playing cards Also posted on Friday He said, “I have accepted the fourth presidential debate against Crooked Joe Biden, this time with NBC and Telemundo.”

“As a Republican, it’s important that Biden wins with our great Hispanic community, which has been devastated by crippling inflation, rising gas prices, street crime, and border chaos,” the former president said. I mentioned it in the post.

“These are the debates voters have been asking for, and these are the debates they will get!” he said of the five currently proposed debates (four presidential and one vice presidential).

Hill has reached out to NBC News, Telemundo, the Biden campaign and the Trump campaign for further comment.

Biden campaign officials suppressed any talk of an additional debate. Comments on NBC News.

The official said, “Discussion regarding the forum has ended.” “I don’t need any more games.”

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