President Trump and Joe Biden are on a hard cut competition from the presidential elections. Both of them are trying hard to play and the game of politics is going quite interesting for everyone. Recently, President Donald Trump said that he had noticed a sudden improvement in Mr Biden’s performance in the Democratic TV debates. Though the president offered no evidence his rival might be on drugs other than to say: “I am pretty good at this stuff”.
And, both the candidate for the presidential elections i.e. President Donald Trump and Joe Biden are going to have three debates before the 3 November election. Plus, taking a quick flashback in the year 2016, Mr Trump suggested his then-Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. That he had been “getting pumped up” before their debates;and challenged her to take a drug test ahead of their final live TV encounter. Though, the rival side of Clinton camp didn’t pay any special attention to this challenge.
President Trump made a similar claim on Wednesday, and he is all set to deliver his keynotes address to the ongoing Republican Party convection on Thursday. He stated that Mr Biden’s debating ability had improved impressively in the final debate. He also mentioned that the former US vice-president “wasn’t even coherent” during some of the 11 live TV debates that he competed; against a crowded field of contenders during the Democratic primary season.
President Trump has mentioned in an interview that “I don’t know how he (Mr Biden) could have been so incompetent in his debate performances and then all of a sudden be OK against Bernie.” He added “It wasn’t that he was Winston Churchill because he wasn’t, but it was a normal, boring debate. You know, nothing amazing happened. And we are going to call for a drug test because there is no way you can’t do that.”
On the side of debates he mentioned that “Well, it is a prizefight. It’s no different from the gladiators, except we have to use our brain and our mouth. And our body to stand. I want all standing they want to sit down.”
Talking about the three presidential debates, so they will take place in:
- Cleveland, Ohio, on 29th September
- Miami, Florida, on 15th October
- Nashville, Tennessee, on 22nd October
But, these three doesn’t seem enough for President Trump as he has asked for extra debates to be scheduled with Biden. But, the demand has been declined by the Commission on Presidential Debates.