Kamala Harris Dodges Question On Biden’s In Presidential Debates

On Friday, Vice President Kamala Harris dodged answering a question on whether Joe Biden would debate former President Donald Trump before the 2024 election, according to One America News.

Harris claimed she had not talked to Biden about debating Trump during an interview on NBC News.

“On the one hand, you’ve got Joe Biden — someone who is competent, who is principled, who has accomplished more than many presidents even hoped for … on infrastructure, on climate, on health care,” Harris said.

“On the other side of that split screen,” she continued, “you’ve got the former president, who glorifies dictators and has said he’ll be a dictator on day one.”

The Democrats appear so obsessed with Trump that a pathological need to distort the context of Trump’s words is accepted behavior.

Speaking about Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Trump said to a live audience in Iowa on Dec. 7. “We love this guy. He says, ‘You’re not going to be a dictator, are you?’ I said: ‘No, no, no, other than day one. We’re closing the border, and we’re drilling, drilling, drilling. After that, I’m not a dictator.’”

“Someone who has said that he will weaponize the Department of Justice against his political enemies,” Harris continued.

Trump did not say he will weaponize the Department of Justice against his political enemies.

He said a Republican president could use the Department of Justice to target political opponents because the Democrats have “released the genie out of the box” by weaponizing the DOJ against him.

After the attempted misdirection, Harris continued to dodge the subject of Biden debating Trump.

“We just got through the State of the Union,” she said. “And I’m just so excited about what we accomplished last night and our president.”

As for Trump, on Wednesday he was clear that he would debate Biden “anytime, anywhere, anyplace,” according to OAN.

In February, Trump said he was ready to debate Biden “immediately.”
When asked about Trump’s statement, Biden told reporters, “Immediately? Well, if I were him, I’d want to debate me, too. He’s got nothing else to do.”

Biden’s retort was not only out of context — it was also out of touch with reality.

Presidential debates have already been scheduled for Sept. 16th at Texas State University in San Marcos, Oct. 1st at Virginia State University in Petersburg, and Oct. 9th at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

It remains to be seen if Biden will show up.