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How Biden Might Bail Out Of Trump Debates

FILE - Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, right, answers a question as President Donald Trump listens during the second and final presidential debate Oct. 22, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. Twelve news organizations issued a joint statement calling on the presumptive presidential nominees President Biden and former President Trump to agree to debates during the 2024 campaign. ABC, CBS, CNN, Fox, PBS, NBC, NPR and The Associated Press all signed on to the letter. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool, File)

Cindy Adams is the gossip diva for the New York Post.

She’s picked up some intriguing information about the two debates that both Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump have agreed to. Biden set all kinds of conditions on the debates to try to help himself, including having no live audience, cutting off the mics if it wasn’t your turn to speak and not having Robert F. Kennedy Jr. involved.

The first one is with CNN on June 27. But Adams is dishing, “I’m filled with messages about a maybe floppola failure” and “Mouths kvetch that the debate won’t debate.”

Adams points to Trump’s hush money trial and says, “Joe’s counting on cancellation if Trump’s found guilty. Reading from the prompter he’ll say he can’t debate a felon. Slick shtick to reverse his sick poll numbers.”

Now, there’s no real case in the Trump hush money trial. It’s imploded in so many ways. It never should have been pursued. Even if Trump should win legally, whether he will is a big question, given it’s a Manhattan jury. But Joe may not get the conviction for which he’s hoping.

Then what?

He’d have to come up with another excuse. Given what we saw on Monday with Biden’s Jewish American Heritage Month remarks, he’s never going to make it through a debate, he can’t even read teleprompters anymore without trouble. Even if he gets the answers in advance, how’s he going to remember them?

According to Adams, her CNN sources are telling her both sides are having second, third, and fourth thoughts about agreeing to the rules Biden put out there.

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