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Trump challenges Biden to debate this week, without moderators

Former President Donald Trump challenged President Joe Biden to another debate this week, without moderators, while mocking Biden’s performance in the June debate.

“Tonight, I am officially offering Joe the chance to redeem himself in front of the entire world,” Trump said during a campaign rally in Doral, Florida.

“We’re going to have another debate this week so that sleepy Joe Biden can prove to everyone in the entire world that he has what it takes to be president, but this time it will be man-to-man, no moderators, no restrictions, just name the place anytime, anywhere,” he said.

Trump also referenced the moment during the debate when he and Biden discussed golf and challenged the president to “an 18-hole round of golf” at Doral.

Golf match and debate

During the debate in the CNN a question about whether Trump or Biden is fit to lead the country turned into a dispute over who is the better golfer. Trump said Biden couldn’t hit a golf ball into one of the holes, and Biden challenged Trump to a game of golf, but only if Trump carried his own clubs.

Without indicating the vice

The former president continued to build suspense around his vice presidential pick. However, Sen. Marco Rubio was present at the Doral rally.

“I think they [a mídia] “They probably think I’m going to announce that Marco is going to be vice president,” Trump said. “Because there’s a lot of press.”

Rubio, a leading contender for vice president on Trump’s ticket, spoke earlier at the rally and was in the audience behind the former president.

Source: CNN Brasil

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