Trump Calls Out Biden

Former President Donald Trump, a likely 2024 GOP presidential candidate, has called for debates with President Joe Biden, stressing it’s for the country’s benefit. Speaking on the Dan Bongino show, Trump highlighted his sweeping victory in early-voting Republican states like Iowa and New Hampshire, positioning himself as the underdog against Biden.

“I’d like to debate him now… for the good of the country,” Trump asserted during the interview, expressing eagerness for a showdown with Biden. The call for debates sparked immediate interest, with Bongino labeling it as breaking news.

Trump criticized Biden’s ability to lead, suggesting he may not run for reelection due to various factors, including family or donor pressure. In response, Biden dismissed Trump’s remarks, quipping, “If I were him, I’d want to debate me too,” implying Trump’s lack of alternatives.

Both Trump and Biden have avoided primary debates in their parties, with expectations high for their rematch in the 2024 election. Speculation abounds that Biden might be reluctant to debate Trump, fearing potential confusion mid-debate, a concern echoed by analysts and commentators.

Biden’s decision to skip interviews for the Super Bowl, a presidential tradition, further fuels speculation about his readiness to engage in high-stakes debates against Trump.