Senators Anticipate Showdown in Biden vs. Trump Debate Rematch


Senators have varying opinions about the upcoming debates between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. The debates in the 2020 election were characterized by mudslinging and interruptions, setting the stage for a potentially entertaining rematch in 2024. Some senators are looking forward to the debates, comparing them to fireworks on the Fourth of July.

Republicans hope the debates will showcase the energy and cognitive abilities of both candidates, with some cautioning Trump to avoid divisive rhetoric. On the other hand, Democrats express doubts about the debates’ impact, believing that they are unlikely to sway voters in a repeat of the 2020 election.

The dates for the debates have been set, with the first scheduled for June 27 on CNN and the second on Sept. 10 on ABC. Both candidates bypassed the Commission on Presidential Debates to agree on these dates after Biden challenged Trump on social media.

Overall, senators have mixed feelings about the debates’ significance, with some viewing them as must-watch television and others questioning their impact on voters. Despite the differing opinions, many senators agree that the debates will at least provide some entertainment for viewers.

Ramsey Touchberry
Ramsey Touchberry
Ramsey Touchberry is a Capitol Hill Reporter focusing on energy and environment. Previously, Ramsey covered Congress for Newsweek and was a multimedia reporter at a local NPR and PBS affiliate in Florida. A native of the Sunshine State, Ramsey graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in broadcast and digital journalism.

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