Trump Insists on Standing Debate with Biden, Claims CNN Suggested Chairs

Former President Donald Trump claimed that CNN wanted to have the presidential debate between him and incumbent President Joe Biden, with both candidates sitting down instead of standing. Trump told the Impulsive podcast on Thursday that he had to insist to the network that both candidates should stand for the event, which is set to take place on June 27. Biden had previously announced that he would participate in two debates against Trump, one hosted by CNN and the other by ABC News.

In the podcast, Trump also disregarded the 10-minute warning and requested an additional 20 minutes for the interview. He expressed his confidence that Biden could not handle this type of interview, unlike him. The podcast hosts indicated their willingness to host the president, but Trump emphasized the low chances of getting Biden to appear on such a platform.

During the podcast, Trump discussed his campaign and foreign policy. He claimed that the conflicts between Ukraine and Russia and Israel and Hamas would not have occurred if he were still the president. He also suggested that the United States avoided a “nuclear war” by not electing Hillary Clinton in 2016.

The podcast, which has over 4 million subscribers, is known for hosting celebrities and made history by hosting a political candidate for the first time four months before the 2024 presidential election.

Trump’s legal troubles were also brought up, as he is set to be sentenced for his conviction on 34 counts of falsifying business records next month. Additionally, the Republican Party’s national convention is expected to name Trump as the party’s presidential nominee three days after sentencing.

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