“Joe Biden is a really good debater. He doesn’t have as many gaffes in his daily interviews, as Miller told the Washington Post. “I would argue that Joe Biden would be a favorite in those debates as well since he has been doing them for 47 years.”
The Trump campaign and its Republican allies have longed to change a news cycle that has focused on Congress and the president’s inability to push the coronovirus relief package through recent controversial comments, and the idea has floated A television debate can be just the kind of event they need.
Biden has a long history of making disparaging remarks that eventually force him to back down, most recently when he said the Hispanic community believed the blacks were more diverse than the community.
The GOP expects a similar mistake in a debate seen by millions of Americans. Trump’s campaign is so eager to debate Biden that he asked the commission on the presidential debate to either add another debate to the previously scheduled three or move the final one on the calendar to make sure that early voting begins At least one matchup must be aired before happening.
The commission eventually declined the request.
While Miller said Biden is a strong debater, he also said that the former vice-president’s campaign could be wary of the risk of a gaff and limit his appearances with Trump.
“I’d be very surprised if Joe Biden actually went through all three debates,” he said. “I think his strategy would be to show one, show that he is capable of acting and then pull the plug on any additional debate.”
The first debate between Trump and Biden will be held on 29 September.