Trump got rocked with a major challenge from Biden that no one can believe

The fight for the White House is about to heat up. And it’s not going to be pretty, folks.

Now Trump got rocked with a major challenge from Biden that no one can believe.

President Biden and former President Donald Trump provisionally agreed Wednesday to meet in two summer debates months before the Nov. 5 election, upending the typical campaign schedule.

CNN announced that the rivals will debate at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 27, at its Atlanta headquarters, hosted by State of the Union co-hosts Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.

As requested by the Biden campaign, there will be no live audience.

Later Wednesday, Biden and Trump announced that they had each accepted an offer from ABC News to host a second debate on Tuesday, September 10.

The agreement between the two camps excludes the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD), which has staged the head-to-head encounters since the 1988 election cycle.

Since 1976, major-party presidential nominees have debated every four years, but they have never met before September, when most Americans return from their summer vacations and the national political conventions have concluded.

Biden, 81, fired the opening salvo at 8 a.m. sharp, writing on his personal X account: “Donald Trump lost two debates to me in 2020, and now he wants to debate me again.”

“Well, make my day, pal,” the president said.

Biden subsequently confirmed in a separate X post that he had “received and accepted” the CNN debate invitation, teasing: “Over to you, Donald. As you said: anywhere, any time, any place.”

Trump accepted Biden’s challenge, saying to Fox News, “I’ll be there” and added, “Looking forward to being in beautiful Atlanta.”

“Crooked Joe Biden is the WORST debater I have ever faced – He can’t put two sentences together! Crooked is also the WORST President in the history of the United States, by far,” the former president expounded on Truth Social.

“It’s time for a debate so that he can explain to the American People his highly destructive Open Border Policy, new and ridiculous EV Mandates, the allowance of Crushing Inflation, High Taxes, and his really WEAK Foreign Policy, which is allowing the World to ‘Catch on Fire.’ I am Ready and Willing to Debate Crooked Joe at the two proposed times in June and September. I would strongly recommend more than two debates and, for excitement purposes, a very large venue, although Biden is supposedly afraid of crowds – That’s only because he doesn’t get them. Just tell me when, I’ll be there.”

Trump concluded by quoting famed boxing announcer Michael Buffer: “Let’s get ready to rumble!!!”

A source familiar with the incident told the New York Post that despite a lack of prior planning, all sides reached an agreement quickly Wednesday morning.

“Contact was made after Biden announced his willingness to debate on radio between the two camps. But then there was silence until Biden accepted President Trump’s challenge this morning,” the person said, referring to the president’s April 26 comment to radio host Howard Stern that “I don’t know when, but I am happy to debate” Trump.

According to the source, the two camps attempted to contact each other once again in recent weeks, but “no negotiations took place.”

The CPD has provisionally scheduled three debates: September 16 in San Marcos, Texas, October 1 in Petersburg, Virginia, and October 9 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

However, Biden wanted to face Trump on a more compressed schedule, campaign chair Jennifer O’Malley Dillon wrote in a letter to the commission obtained by The Post, “early enough to influence early voting, but not so late as to require the candidates to leave the campaign trail in the critical late September and October period.”

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