ADEOLA AJAYI, EKITI
The Former US vice president and Donald Trump continue to pull out war.
The Former US vice president stated this in a letter that was confirmed by CNN to CMM
“Joe Biden looks forward to facing Donald Trump in a multi-debate series that the American people have come to expect from their leaders; we hope that President Trump would not break that tradition or make excuses for a refusal to participate,” O’Malley Dillon said in the letter.
“No one should be fooled: the Trump campaign’s new position is a debate distraction,” she wrote.
She continued, “Our position is straightforward and clear: Joe Biden will accept the Commission’s debates, on the Commission’s dates, under the Commission’s established format and the Commission’s independent choice of moderators. Donald Trump and Mike Pence should do the same. That is what every candidate for President and Vice President have done in modern times, Democrat and Republican alike. That is what the Biden campaign is willing to do. Any ‘debate proposals’ in lieu of that are just an effort to change the subject, avoid debates, or create a distracting ‘debate about debates.’ “
In response, Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said in a statement, “It’s pretty obvious that Joe Biden’s handlers are afraid to send their candidate out without a script and teleprompter handy,” adding that “an earlier and longer debate schedule is necessary” for Americans to see the contrast between the two candidates.