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Jen Psaki thinks Biden-Trump debate could collapse: 'I'm still a skeptic'

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Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki is not confident that the debates between President Biden and former President Trump will actually go forward.

"I’m still a skeptic, a little bit," she said in an interview Wednesday on "Pod Save America."

Psaki, now an MSNBC host, warned that Trump could object to the terms presented by Biden's team, causing the scheduled debates to fall apart almost as quickly as they were agreed to.


"Trump could certainly say, ‘I never agreed to those terms in the letter,’ and he probably will," Psaki said. "That's how this all falls apart."

Biden and Trump on Wednesday morning agreed to two debates, one on June 27 hosted by CNN and a second on Sept. 10 hosted by ABC.

Biden quoted Trump's words back at him when he offered the debate terms: "As you said: anywhere, any time, any place." Trump agreed, calling Biden "the worst debater I have ever faced" after the pair faced off during the 2020 presidential campaign.

"I think this is an interesting play by the Biden team," Psaki said, explaining that the president is under pressure to debate Trump, especially as anti-Israel student protests cause confusion domestically and the Israel-Palestine war looms over

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