Biden is pretending Trump is “ducking” the second debate because Trump wants a real live debate (not a virtual one where Joe can go back to his teleprompters).
The Trump people say: Let’s do it! Let’s do the debate. We do not need a “Debate Commission.” We are all for the debate.
It was scheduled in two days from now. A debate commission that had Steve Scully set up as moderator (Scully was colluding in my opinion, against Trump with the disgruntled fired Anthony Scaramucci but denied it saying his Twitter account was hacked and someone else did it).
Biden Campaign Hits Trump After Debate Gets Canceled. Trump Campaign: Let’s Hold One Without Debate Commission
Oct 9, 2020 DailyWire.com
After a report emerged that the Commission on Presidential Debates had been forced to officially cancel the second presidential debate — a town hall-style event with both major party candidates — the Biden campaign bashed President Donald Trump for refusing to participate after the commission initially said the debate would be held virtually.
“It’s shameful that Donald Trump ducked the only debate . . .
. . . .While the debate commission’s announcement means that there will be no official debate on October 15, the Trump campaign has responded to the development by suggesting that the two campaigns simply host a debate without the commission.
“There is no medical reason to stop the October 15 debate in Miami from proceeding as scheduled, since the President will be healthy and ready to debate. There is also no reason there shouldn’t be the three total presidential debates as Joe Biden had originally agreed. We have suggested using October 22 and October 29 to hold the final two debates. It’s time for the biased commission to stop protecting Biden and preventing voters from hearing from the two candidates for president,” said Trump campaign spokesperson Tim Murtaugh on Friday evening.
“There’s nothing that says that President Trump and Joe Biden can’t debate together without the overlords at the commission having a say in the matter. We would be glad to debate one-on-one without the commission’s interference,” concluded Murtaugh. . . . .
. . . The Biden campaign has previously rejected the idea of adding a debate on October 29, saying that the two campaigns agreed to the debate dates in advance . . .
As The Daily Wire previously reported, the debate commission officially announced on Friday evening that the second presidential debate, scheduled for October 15, would no longer happen.
“On October 8, CPD announced that for the health and safety of all involved, the second presidential debate . . .
Scientifically, there is no “health and safety” reason to cancel the debate in two days.