Rep. Donalds Predicts Biden Struggle in Debate with Trump

Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) didn’t mince words when it came to President Joe Biden’s chances in the upcoming presidential debate on Thursday. Biden, who has often been shielded by friendly media, is expected to face some real heat from former President Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee. Despite the debate rules, which include no public audience and no pre-written notes, Donalds said that CNN moderators would likely use every trick in the book to target Trump. Good luck with that, because Trump is poised to turn the tables and shred Biden’s record on border security and inflation.

On Fox News’s Sunday Morning Futures, Donalds hit the nail on the head, predicting that Biden won’t be able to defend his dismal record. Instead, Biden will likely steer the conversation away from his failures and onto safer, well-worn topics like January 6th and what happened in lower Manhattan. This tactic is as predictable as Hollywood’s latest remake, and just as thrilling.

The conversation also touched on the Biden administration’s latest attempt to dodge criticism by labeling unflattering videos of Biden as “cheap fakes.” Donalds aptly called this Orwellian language, which is liberal double-speak for don’t believe your lying eyes. So much for transparency; welcome to Biden’s Ministry of Truth.

Rumors are swirling that Donalds might be on Trump’s shortlist for vice-presidential candidates, alongside other notable conservatives like Gov. Doug Burgum (R-ND), Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH), and Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY). When asked if his presence on the ticket could boost Trump’s support among black voters, Donalds wisely avoided making any predictions but noted that he would be a stark contrast to Kamala Harris. Now, that’s putting it mildly.

The setup for this first debate is distinctly different from previous years, with strict new rules designed to keep things “orderly.” Sure, the mics will be cut off when it’s not a candidate’s turn to speak, but the real question is who will benefit from these new conditions. Judging by their performance records, it’s not looking good for Biden. Another debate is slated for Sept. 10 and will be hosted by ABC, but don’t expect any less bias from the mainstream media. It’s going to be a long election season, folks.

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