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Trump says he is ‘ready and willing’ to debate Biden; president accepts 27 June CNN debate invite – live | US elections 2024

Biden announced on June 27 that he had accepted an invitation to participate in a debate hosted by CNN.

joe biden He just announced that he is ready to debate. donald trump On June 27th, at an event hosted by CNN:

I received and accepted the invitation from @CNN For the June 27th debate. Regards, Donald. Like you said, anytime, anywhere, anywhere.

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 15, 2024

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I received and accepted the invitation from @CNN For the June 27th debate. Regards, Donald. Like you said, anytime, anywhere, anywhere.

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 15, 2024

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Joe Biden just announced that he is willing to debate Donald Trump on 27 June at a CNN-hosted event:

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I’ve received and accepted an invitation from @CNN for a debate on June 27th. Over to you, Donald. As you said: anywhere, any time, any place.

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 15, 2024

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In a short video posted on YouTube, Joe Biden channeled Clint Eastwood as he proposed debating Donald Trump twice:

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Biden mentioned Wednesday because that is the day Trump’s business fraud trial in New York City usually takes a break. However, the president’s campaign chair proposed scheduling the first debate for late June specifically because it would likely be after that trial’s conclusion.

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Good morning, US politics blog readers. A big question hanging over the presidential campaign is whether Donald Trump and Joe Biden would debate before the 5 November election. This morning, we appear to have reached an answer: the president’s re-election campaign proposed two debates, one in late June, and the other in September. Not long after, Trump posted on Truth Social that he was “Ready and Willing to Debate Crooked Joe at the two proposed times”. In a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, Biden’s campaign chair Jen O’Malley Dillon proposed that the first debate take place after the president returns from a summit of G7 leaders, and after the likely conclusion of Trump’s criminal trial in New York City. The second debate would be timed for the period before early voting starts but after campaigning begins in earnest, while a debate of vice-presidential candidates could be held in late July. And while the Commission on Presidential Debates is the traditional host of face-offs between candidates, O’Malley Dillon informed them that Biden would not participate in their proposed events, citing issues with their schedule and moderation.

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We’ll let you know what more we hear about this over the course of the day.

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Here’s what else is happening:

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  • The US inflation rate dropped slightly in April, just-released labor department data said, a potentially hopeful sign in the fight against the price increase wave that has bedeviled Biden’s presidency.

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  • The House of Representatives will consider a host of Republican messaging bills intended to touch on hot-button issues, including legislation to deport migrants who assault police, and to prevent Washington DC’s city government from changing its criminal justice laws.

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  • Trump’s trial on business fraud charges in New York City takes a break today, and will resume Thursday.

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Joe Biden’s re-election campaign has started selling T-shirts that say “Wednesdays are free.”

it’s a reference for the day donald trump‘s business fraud trial, which usually has a break, the president said in a video announcing his intention to debate Trump:

I hear Donald is free on Wednesdays.https://t.co/DgGod9XXhI pic.twitter.com/NS5rq7yyqb

— Biden-Harris Headquarters (@BidenHQ) May 15, 2024

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Biden announced on June 27 that he had accepted an invitation to participate in a debate hosted by CNN.

joe biden He just announced that he is ready to debate. donald trump On June 27th, at an event hosted by CNN:

I received and accepted the invitation from @CNN For the June 27th debate. Regards, Donald. Like you said, anytime, anywhere, anywhere.

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 15, 2024

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I received and accepted the invitation from @CNN For the June 27th debate. Regards, Donald. Like you said, anytime, anywhere, anywhere.

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) May 15, 2024

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In a letter proposing two debates with Donald Trump, Joe Biden campaign co-chair Jen O’Malley Dillon also outlined the conditions under which the debates would take place.

This debate should be hosted by the same broadcast organization that hosted the 2016 Republican primary debate with Donald Trump and the 2020 Democratic primary debate with President Biden. Neither side can say with certainty that the host organization is clearly unacceptable. Neither candidate can object to such a venue if both candidates have debated on the airwaves before.” Dillon wrote.

She also opposed the presence of any third-party candidates. “Debates should be one-on-one, allowing voters to compare the only two candidates who statistically have a chance of winning the Electoral College, and waste candidates’ debate time,” she said. He has no hope of becoming president. ”

O’Malley Dillon wrote that broadcast networks hosting debates should select moderators “from among their regular staff” to avoid bias.

Finally, she wanted to control when and how long candidates could speak.

Answers should have a firm time limit and should take turns in speaking. This will divide your time evenly and allow you to exchange ideas instead of interrupting each other. To promote compliance with the rules and orderly proceedings, candidates’ microphones should only be activated when it is their turn to speak.

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In a letter proposing two debates with Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s re-election campaign chair Jen O’Malley Dillon also said that Biden would not participate in Democratic-sponsored events. said. The Commission on Presidential Debates is the traditional organizer of candidate showdowns.

She cited several reasons for the president’s disdain for the nonprofit group, including that the commission’s unique debate schedule “starts after Americans have had the opportunity to vote early; “It won’t end until tens of millions of votes have been cast.” Americans will have already voted. ”

She also criticized the committee’s handling of the 2020 debate, arguing against “the commission’s model of building huge spectacles that attract large audiences at great expense.”

This is the latest blow to the Republican National Committee after it voted to completely withdraw from the Republican National Committee two years ago. Here are the details:

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Biden tells President Trump to ‘enjoy his day’ when proposing June and September debates

In a short video posted on YouTube, joe biden channeled clint eastwood when he proposed an argument donald trump Twice:

Mr. Biden mentioned Wednesday because that day is usually a day off from Mr. Trump’s corporate fraud trial in New York City. But the president’s campaign chairman suggested scheduling the first debate for late June, especially since it would likely take place after the trial concludes.

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President Trump is ‘ready and willing’ to debate after Biden campaign proposes showdown in June and September

Good morning, readers of the American Politics Blog. The big question at stake in the presidential election campaign is donald trump and joe biden A debate is scheduled to take place before the November 5 election. This morning, we seem to have arrived at the answer. The president’s reelection campaign has proposed two debates, one in late June and the other in September.Shortly thereafter, Trump Posted on Truth Social He said he was “ready and willing to discuss Crooked Joe at the two proposed times.” In a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, Biden’s campaign chairman said: Jen O’Malley Dillon He proposed that the first debate take place after the president returns from the G7 summit and after Trump’s criminal trial in New York City is likely to conclude. The second debate is scheduled to take place between before early voting begins and after the election campaign has begun in earnest, with the vice presidential debate likely to be held in late July. And while the Commission on Presidential Debates traditionally hosts showdowns between candidates, O’Malley Dillon announced that it would not be participating in Biden’s proposed event, citing scheduling and hosting issues.

If we have more information on this matter, we will let you know later in the day.

Here’s what else is going on:

  • US inflation rate Just-released Labor Department figures showed a slight decline in April, but this could be a sign of hope in the fight against the wave of price increases that have plagued Biden’s presidency.

  • lower house Will consider a number of Republican messaging bills aimed at touching on hot-button issues, including a bill to deport immigrants who attack police and a bill to block D.C. city government from changing its criminal justice laws. is.

  • Trump’s trial The investigation into New York City’s business fraud charges will rest today and resume on Thursday.

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