President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are preparing for a debate that is going to take place on Tuesday, their preparations are starkly in different ways, with Biden aggressively prepares for a debate while Trump is cautious against excess preparations.
According to multiple sources, President Donald Trump has refrained from traditional debate preparations and avoided practice sessions, on Sunday President Trump revealed that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and attorney, Rudy Giuliani, assisted him to prepare but its unclear what exactly that entailed.
“Sometimes you can go too much in that stuff, Trump said during a press briefing that was held on Sunday.
Concurrently, Joe Biden has been holding mock debate sessions with senior advisor Bob Bauer and took part in huddles with top aides, this is according to CBS.
Biden’s team believes Tuesday’s debate topics, will include coronavirus pandemic, racial unrest, and election integrity, which will give Biden a chance to highlight Trump’s failures as a President.
“I’m prepared to go out and make my case as to why I think he’s failed and why I think the answers I have to proceed will help the American people, the American economy and make us safer internationally.
Meanwhile, Trump has reportedly considered bringing up Hunter Biden, the Democratic nominee’s son, as well as former senate staffer Tara Reade’s allegation that Biden sexually assaulted her in the 90’s.
With less than five weeks to go to the November 3 Election, the debate is expected to take place on Tuesday.