Biden and Trump Ready for Early Presidential Debates in June and September

Joe Biden and Donald Trump have both agreed to square off in two presidential debates, marking the beginning of their showdown just over a month from now.

The first debate is set for June 27, to be hosted by CNN, followed by a second one on September 10, hosted by ABC.

This decision to have early debates comes after Biden’s team announced he wouldn’t join the fall debates organized by the nonpartisan commission. Instead, they suggested that media outlets directly handle the debates between the Democratic and Republican candidates.

Even though neither Biden nor Trump has officially accepted their party’s nomination yet, both quickly gave the nod to this proposed debate schedule.

Biden confirmed his acceptance of CNN’s invitation with a quip, saying, “Over to you, Donald.” Trump, who had previously shown eagerness to debate Biden anywhere, anytime, echoed his willingness on Truth Social, saying, “Let’s get ready to Rumble!!!”

Reacting to Trump’s statement, Biden humorously talked about arranging transportation, highlighting the perks of being the incumbent, and joked about keeping his plane for another four years.

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