Debate Moderator’s Reaction to Biden’s 2020 Election Resurfaces – Fairness Called Into Question

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There are plenty of reasons the presidential debates this year are starting so early and being held via President Joe Biden’s rules.

Part of it, no doubt, has to do with the fact that presumptive GOP nominee and former President Donald Trump thinks, not wrongly, that he can manhandle the declining Biden on stage, and the sooner, the better.

However, by accepting the ground rules, he also opened himself up to some serious risk — particularly when it comes to the hosts.

The first debate takes place Thursday on CNN. Going into enemy territory is already a dangerous move, but it’s doubly dangerous when you consider half of the duo that’s moderating the debate.

“The debate, which will be hosted by CNN’s Jake Tapper and Dana Bash in Atlanta on June 27, will mark the first in-person showdown of the 2024 campaign between President Joe Biden and his …

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