Trump, Biden to Debate Without Audience

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will debate each other on June 27, according to a press release from CNN.

An audience will not be present at the debate to “ensure candidates may maximize the time allotted in the debate.”

“I’ve received and accepted an invitation from @CNN for a debate on June 27th,” Biden wrote on X. “Over to you, Donald. As you said: anywhere, any time, any place.”

Trump wrote on Truth Social, “It is my great honor to accept the CNN Debate against Crooked Joe Biden, the WORST PRESIDENT in the History of the United States and a true Threat to Democracy, on June 27th. Likewise, I accept the ABC News Debate against Crooked Joe on September 10th. Thank you, DJT!”

Biden similarly accepted an invitation from ABC News for a debate on September 10th.

“I’ve also received and accepted an invitation to a debate hosted by ABC on Tuesday, September 10th,” he wrote. “Trump says he’ll arrange his own transportation. I’ll bring my plane, too. I plan on keeping it for another four years.”

In a letter to Biden’s reelection campaign, Trump campaign co-managers Susie Wiles and Chris LaCivita wrote that they believe “there should be more than just two opportunities for the American people to hear more from the candidates themselves.”

“With the soaring inflation of Bidenomics costing America’s hardworking families at the grocery stores and at the gas pump, with our border being totally overrun, with chaos at home, chaos across the world, chaos on our college campuses, we should have one debate per month.”

The campaign proposed a “debate in June, a debate in July, a debate in August, and a debate in September, in addition to the Vice Presidential debate.

“Additional dates will allow voters to have maximum exposure to the records and future visions of each candidate,” the letter stated. “We believe the American people deserve more than what the Biden administration has to offer.”