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Fetterman cites own 'difficult' debate in arguing Biden can still win, slams Democrats 'defecting' to Trump

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Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., cited his own "difficult" debate performance in 2022 against Republican Dr. Mehmet Oz while arguing Sunday that President Biden can still win in November and "deserves" a second term.

In an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," Fetterman dismissed the New York Times, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and a number of left-leaning pundits calling on Biden to drop out of the race.

"There's no value in, in any of those things. I mean, there was that same kind of a freak out after my debate. And in fact, I might even say that I had a more difficult evening than the president did," Fetterman told host Shannon Bream. "And here I am right now, having this conversation. And I really like to remind to everybody watching that right now, Biden is one and Trump is still zero, and he's the only person that's ever beaten Trump. And I really believe that Joe Biden will do that again, despite all of the Democrats wetting the bed over that kind of thing."

Bream noted that Fetterman was recovering from a stroke at the time of his debate, and has improved over time, while voters are more concerned about 81-year-old Biden because of his advanced age.


"We had a difficult debate, and yet we still managed to go on to win," Fetterman said. "Now

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