One of the top officials for Joe Biden’s campaign wasted time late on Tuesday to confirm that the former vice president has committed to participate in the final two debates ahead of the November election.
Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield dismissed claims that he would skip the final two shutdowns. His remarks are Sen. Chris Kons, D-Del. After she came, she told Politico that she was not sure Biden should make the commitment. Biden’s pro-Cones said he would drop the decision for this campaign, but questioned the effectiveness of the debate for candidates he faced against Trump.
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“The point of debate is for the American people to make a decision, hearing from two candidates on your record and informing them what your values are? Joe Biden set out to honor the American people. Donald Trump was not, “he said.
The next debates are scheduled on 15 October and 22 October.
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Some of Biden’s supporters have questioned the wisdom of these debates in the past. Former White House press secretary, Joe Lockhart, wrote an option-ed in August urging Biden to drop the debate altogether.
He wrote on CNN, “It is silly to get in the ring with someone who can’t follow the rules or the truth. Biden will undoubtedly take the heat from Republicans and the media to stop the debate. But it is worth the risk because it is the inability to tell anyone that it is an impossible competition to win the truth. ”
A senior adviser on the Trump Relection campaign, Jason Miller took to Twitter to explain that the Biden campaign is only committed to the debates leading to the results on Tuesday night.
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“The fact that they are also addressing it and evidence is Biden lost badly tonight,” he said.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report