Ryan E.
May 7, 2023

Trump's Debate-Skipping May Come Back To Bite Him

Trump has said both publicly and privately that he's ready to take one of the biggest gambles that a presidential candidate has ever taken:

Skipping at least one of the REpublican presidential primary debates scheduled for summer 2023.

There are two schools of thought on this.

The first is that Donald shouldn't have to. Why should he? He's leading everyone else in the field by double-digit points. He's leading everyone who has actually declared by five or ten times. Only Ron DeSantis has even been remotely close to Donald Trump in any surveys, and the Governor of Florida hasn't even declared his intent to pursue the presidency yet.

If Ron DeSantis is the only person even close to Trump, then why should Trump have to go on stage and open himself to potshots from people who don't have a prayer?

The other side, on the other hand, realizes that despite Trump's lead, it ain't over 'til it's over. And it ain't over until the votes are counted.

Donald Trump has a LOT to answer for. He has insisted for years that voting machines "flipped" votes from Trump to Biden and that "quite frankly, we did win this election."

Those are pretty substantial claims. Whether you believe him or not, there's the possibility that he should be held accountable for saying them.

If he isn't forced to stand in front of America and prove what he's saying is true, then why should other Republicans? Why should Democrats, if we're being fair?

If Donald wants Joe to have to debate in the future, then Trump might lose a lot of respect from voters by not being willing to do it himself.

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