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Biden embracing debates because he's 'losing,' knows trial not damaging Trump, pundits say

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Several media pundits suggested on Wednesday that President Biden's debate offer to Donald Trump was a badly needed campaign reset, with some likening him to a White House challenger who was "losing" rather than a strong incumbent.

"One of the big questions hanging over this rematch is, are they going to debate? I think if President Biden had his druthers, he may not. He would be a sitting president in a position of strength. Like [Ronald] Reagan only agreed to one debate, but that‘s not the case as we see the polls out there," CNN's Jeff Zeleny told anchor Jim Acosta.

Biden and Trump are scheduled to debate on June 27 and on Sept. 10, after Biden challenged him to two debates in a video posted to X. The major campaign news came on the heels of a recent survey showing Trump leading Biden by considerable margins in Georgia, Arizona and Nevada, and also ahead or just behind in other battleground states that will decide the next president.

"Best reveal yet [that] Biden *does* believe the polls - and knows his only way back is to drag Trump back into living rooms (which the trial ain’t doing)," Jonathan Martin, a columnist for Politico, wrote on social media.


Martin also pointed to the timing of the

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