Maggie Haberman Predicts ‘Very Mean’ Part Of Trump’s Debate Performance | EUROtoday

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The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman on Monday acknowledged the unpredictability of former President Donald Trump means “predictions of how he is going to actually be” throughout his first presidential debate towards President Joe Biden, which CNN is internet hosting on Thursday, “are probably not worth very much.”

While most candidates put together methodically for the televised head-to-head, Haberman famous how presumptive GOP presidential nominee Trump had as a substitute opted to deal with classes on coverage.

“But whether he is going to absorb what he’s learning there and whether he’s going to come in interrupting President Biden less than he did in 2020 in their first debate is an open question because he does what he wants to do,” she advised CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

Haberman did word how Trump has been asking supporters throughout latest marketing campaign rallies whether or not he needs to be “tough and nasty” to Biden or “nice and calm and let him speak.”

“I think he will likely interrupt less, because I think that’s the lesson he took from the first debate in 2020,” the journalist stated, including: “I think he will be very mean toward Biden. I would be very surprised if he’s anything other than that.”

Watch Haberman’s full evaluation right here: