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President Trump said on Monday he sees “to debate very much to the front”, his possible Democratic challengers in the year 2020, but suggested he may bypass the debates sponsored by the bipartisan Commission on presidential debates – organised presidential elections, General elections, the debates, the for more than 30 years.
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Trump argued in a series of tweets, the President, the General elections, the “debates up to me” and “there are a lot of options, including do you directly & avoid the evil politics of this very biased Commission.”
He added, “I’m going to make a decision in a reasonable period of time.”
Still, he tweeted: “I am delighted to debate very far to the front, who’s the lucky person that stumbles across the finish line in the small saw Nothing of the Democrat debates.”
The first two rounds of the democratic nomination debates scored healthy ratings, but the numbers are down, you will have this fall.
Trump tweeted that “My record is so good on the economy and everything else, including debate, that maybe I would check more than 3 debates.”
Three presidential debates and one Vice presidential debate were held every four years dating back to the elections of 2000.
The President of the tweets to be displayed, in response to a report from the New York Times last week that Trump was in a conversation with the assistant to skip out on the debates because of his distrust of the Commission.
“The problem is that the so-called Commission on presidential debates, which, in combination with a trump-haters & Never Trumpers. 3 years ago they were forced to apologize publicly for modulating my microphone in the first debate against Crooked Hillary” Trump tweeted on Monday.
Trump was referring to a problem with his microphone during his face-off in September 2016 debate against the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. In the spin room after the Finale, and in an interview with Fox News,” Trump complained to reporters that his microphone was “broken” and the question of whether the interference was “intentional.”
After the debate, the Commission gave a short statement saying, “in reference to the first debate, there were problems in relation to Donald Trump’s audio, the impact on the sound level in the debate hall.”
Monday’s tweet was at least the second time this year, he is on the three-year-old debate incident and not the fault of the Commission. Such attacks are very popular at the trump base.
Fox News reached the Commission, but they declined to comment on the President’s tweets.
In October, the Commission has announced the dates and locations for the four 2020 debates.
The presidential debates will be held on Sept. 29 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, Oct. 15 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Oct. 22 at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. The sole Vice-presidential showdown will take place on Oct. 7 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.