If it wasn’t already the most anticipated election debate in modern American political history, but now there’s some interesting twists: the ground rules for the debate, which include ear inspections and break requests.
Team Trump wants the debate to be fair and square between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. There’s been some speculation among the public that Biden may have an electronic device in his ear with someone helping him with the questions. That would be a big, no, no!
There is no information or evidence suggesting that he has other than the clarity he’s shown during several speeches that didn’t quite appear to be his normal past behavior.
Benny Johnson, with Turning Point USA posted on Twitter that “Team Trump requested that each candidate have their ears inspected for electronic devices before the debate, Team Biden has not consented.”
“Team Biden has also requested a break every 30 minutes during tonight’s Debate,” added Johnson, who along with others began posting the new ground rules on Tuesday afternoon.
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BREAKING: San Francisco removes Chesa Boudin in historic recall.
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) June 8, 2022
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