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'Make my day pal': Biden challenges Trump to two debates under special conditions, Republican accepts

  • President Joe Biden said he is open to debating former President Donald Trump twice before the November election.
  • The Biden campaign sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, which typically organizes presidential debates, saying he will not participate in the group's traditional debates.
  • "Let's pick the dates, Donald," Biden said in a social media video.

President Joe Biden on Wednesday challenged former Donald Trump to two head-to-head debates before the November election, with several special conditions.

"Make my day pal," Biden said in a video calling out the presumptive Republican nominee to debate him twice, once as early as next month, the other in September before early voting begins.

Both proposed showdowns would be held without the involvement of the non-partisan commission that typically organizes presidential debates.

Trump quickly fired back and accepted the challenge from the Democratic incumbent in a post on his Truth Social account.

"Just tell me when, I'll be there," wrote Trump. " 'Let's get ready to rumble!!!"

"I am Ready and Willing to Debate Crooked Joe at the two proposed times in June and September," he added.

To ensure the appearance of fairness, the Biden campaign said that it wanted the debates with just the two candidates and a moderator, and no in-studio audience.

Biden's campaign also wants them to held by news organizations that hosted a 2016 Republican primary debate which Trump participated in, and a 2020 Democratic primary debate which Biden participated in.

The Biden campaign on Wednesday sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates saying it will not participate in the organization's traditional debates, which were scheduled to take place on Sept. 16, Oct. 1

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