Trump Admits He Made A Mistake During First Biden Debate, Maggie Haberman Says | EUROtoday

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“He has said to people multiple times that he knows that he interrupted too much in the first debate with Biden in 2020, and having just rewatched that debate recently, it’s really striking,” The New York Times senior political correspondent stated on CNN Wednesday.

“I mean, we all talked about it at the time, but Biden could barely get a word in edgewise, and Biden was kind of smiling throughout as this was happening.”

Moderator Chris Wallace, then a Fox News host, repeatedly tried and didn’t regain management.

The first presidential debate of the 2024 marketing campaign is scheduled for June 27. Trump and Biden have agreed to a algorithm, which embody muting their microphones when it isn’t their flip to talk.

According to Haberman, Trump has been prepping for the talk by taking briefings from varied individuals, together with a number of Republican senators, who targeted on points that might come up, equivalent to abortion, well being care, vitality, COVID-19 and the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol assault.

“Trump doesn’t like prep,” she stated. “I mean, he considers it school. So the fact that they’ve gotten him to do it this way is actually pretty revealing and also speaks to the fact that I think he knows that this has to go well for him.”

Next week’s debate will begin at 9 p.m. Eastern Time and will probably be moderated by CNN anchors Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.