Trump Ready to Take on Biden in Multiple Debates Ahead of 2024 Election

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Former President Donald Trump has stated his readiness to confront President Joe Biden in as many debates as required in the lead-up to the 2024 presidential election.

During a town hall on Fox News, he told host Laura Ingraham, “I’ll challenge him right now,” expressing his belief that debating is a duty when it comes to the final candidates from each party. Trump said, “When you have the final Republican, the final Democrat, you have the two people, you have to debate regardless of polls.”

Trump suggested his willingness for multiple debates with Biden, though he questioned whether the current president would be equally willing. Despite not participating in any of the Republican primary debates due to his substantial lead in the polls, Trump still holds a significant edge over his competition, as indicated by multiple GOP presidential election race surveys.

During the same town hall, Trump also commented on concerns regarding Biden’s mental fitness and age. Special Counsel Mr. Hur, while not charging Biden with any crime related to classified document handling during his senatorial and vice-presidential years, did express worry about Biden’s “poor memory.” His report, released earlier this month, noted that Biden, 81, might present himself to a jury as a “sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

The report further mentioned that convincing a jury to convict an octogenarian former president of a serious felony requiring willfulness would be challenging. The special counsel also remarked on Biden’s “significantly limited” memory during interviews with investigators. Trump added that most candidates would be “stubborn or persistent and not want to give up the ghost.”

Trump’s remarks precede the South Carolina Republican presidential primary, where he is predicted to win against former UN ambassador Nikki Haley. The White House has yet to comment on the matter.