Biden Ducks Debate? Team Hints at No-Show Strategy!

In a shocking turn of events, President Joe Biden’s campaign is playing coy about participating in general election debates next year. Quentin Fulks, Biden’s right-hand man, left everyone scratching their heads when he refused to confirm the president’s attendance at the debates slated by the Commission on Presidential Debates. Instead, Fulks blabbered on about the importance of building a national campaign and assembling the campaign infrastructure. It sounds like he’s trying to dodge the question, doesn’t it?

When pressed for more information, Fulks pointed the finger at Trump and the GOP, slamming their “divisive primary” and making excuses about their front-runner skipping debates. It’s classic diversion tactics, folks. Instead of facing the issue head-on, Biden’s team is busy dancing around the real question: Will Biden show up to defend his track record and policies in a debate? It seems like they’re more focused on finger-pointing than showing up to the big showdown.

Let’s not forget about Trump, who’s been dodging GOP primary debates left and right, citing his massive lead as the reason. But wait, he claims a general election campaign would be different. Looks like the two heavyweights are already throwing jabs at each other! Trump even had the nerve to tell Fox News that he and Biden definitely have to debate. Looks like he’s raring to go, unlike Biden’s camp, who seem to be doing everything in their power to avoid locking horns with Trump.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) isn’t making things any easier, either. They’ve washed their hands of the Commission on Presidential Debates, accusing them of bias and vowing not to sanction any general election debates organized by the commission. The RNC is not playing nice, folks. With all this drama and finger-pointing, it’s anyone’s guess whether the debates will even happen.

The commission’s schedule has already laid out three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate for next fall, and the nominees are expected to face off in various locations across the country. But with all the back-and-forth and rules being thrown out the window, who knows if these debates will actually come to fruition? It’s shaping up to be a political showdown for the ages, but will both sides actually show up to duke it out? Only time will tell, folks. It’s going to be a wild ride to the 2024 elections, that’s for sure!

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