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Biden to give second TV interview after debate with Trump

Biden to give second TV interview after debate with Trump

Biden to give second TV interview after debate with Trump

The president of U.S, Joe Bidenwill give a second interview next Monday, after the presidential debate and in a context of growing pressure for him to abandon the Democratic candidacy for the November elections.

The interview will be broadcast on the network NBC around 9 p.m. Washington time (2 p.m. GMT), according to media reports.

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Last Friday, Biden made his first appearance in front of the cameras after the debate and ruled out any possibility of withdrawing from the race, saying he would only do so if asked.”the almighty lord”.

The president, who would exceed 85 years in the White House if re-elected, assured: “I don’t believe there is anyone more qualified than me to be president and win this election race.”.

Biden’s poor performance in the June 27 debate against the former president Donald Trump caused a political crisis in Washingtonwith multiple calls from lawmakers and influential Democratic Party figures calling for the president to step aside.

The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Nancy Pelosia heavyweight within the “elites”of the party, refused to give his explicit support to the president this Wednesday in an interview with the program ‘Morning Joe’.

MORE INFORMATION: Nancy Pelosi suggests that Biden rethink his bid for re-election in the US.

It’s up to him to decide whether he’s going to run. We’re all encouraging you to make that decision, because time is of the essence.”, he indicated.

According to the latest polls, Trump is leading Biden. The average of polls conducted by the website FiveThirtyEight shows that the former president monopolizes 42.1% of voting intentions, 2.1 percentage points more than his rival.

Source: Elcomercio

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