Trump Agrees To Fourth Presidential Debate As Biden Ducks

Donald Trump announced he accepted an invitation to a fourth presidential debate against Joe Biden, which would be broadcast by NBC and Telemundo.

Trump said it was important for Republicans to win support from Hispanic voters, who he claims Biden has “devastated.”

Biden has so far only agreed to two debates with terms set by his campaign, rejecting a third debate on Fox News.

His campaign said Biden’s terms were clear for two debates and that Trump had already accepted.

Biden is not expected to accept the NBC/Telemundo debate invitation either.

Trump also said he accepted an invitation for the vice presidential debate at Virginia State University to be hosted by Fox News anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum.

Trump framed the additional debates as what voters have been asking for.

“I have accepted a fourth Presidential Debate against Crooked Joe Biden, this time with NBC & Telemundo. It is important as Republicans that we WIN with our Great Hispanic Community, who Biden has devastated with Crippling Inflation, High Gas Prices, Crime in our Streets, and Border Chaos,” Trump wrote.

“This Fourth Debate will go along with our previously accepted Presidential Debates on CNN, ABC, and Fox,” he added.

The Biden campaign maintains their agreement is for only the two previously accepted CNN and ABC debates.

“President Biden made his terms clear for two one-on-one debates, and Donald Trump accepted those terms. No more games. No more chaos, no more debate about debates,” a Biden campaign spokesperson stated.

“This is all in addition to our accepting an invitation from Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum of Fox News to host the Vice Presidential Debate at Virginia State University, or another venue, in Virginia, to be named later,” Trump added. “These are the Debates that Voters have been asking for, and these are the Debates that Voters will get!”