BREAKING: White House Press Corps Petitions CNN to Open Debate Studio to Reporters – Here’s the Suspicious Reason They Were Denied

The confrontation between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on Thursday night in Atlanta has the potential to become the most consequential presidential debate in US history. For the first time, a sitting president and an ex-president will face off before millions of viewers in a debate taking place far earlier than usual, even before the party conventions.

This CNN-hosted showdown marks the most pivotal moment yet in a fiercely contested election. It presents Biden with his best opportunity to reinvigorate his reelection campaign, which is currently on shaky ground. He faces the daunting task of convincing voters that he has fulfilled the promise of political and economic normality he made in 2020.

Biden, who has been grappling with declining approval ratings, needs a strong performance to sway undecided voters and reinvigorate his base. His administration has faced criticism on several fronts, including economic challenges and contentious policy decisions, making this debate a crucial moment for his campaign.

Trump, on the other hand, is eager to capitalize on Biden’s vulnerabilities and present himself as the better option to lead the nation. Despite being out of office, Trump’s influence within the Republican Party remains strong, and his base is energized and ready for a rematch.

The debate’s timing, well before the party conventions, adds to its significance. Typically, such high-stakes encounters occur later in the election cycle, but this early face-off underscores the urgency and intensity of the current political climate.

As millions of viewers tune in, the nation will be watching closely to see how each candidate navigates the critical issues and defends their record. This debate could set the tone for the remainder of the election season and significantly impact the outcome in November.

The stakes are undeniably high, and the implications of this debate will be felt long after the final question is asked.

Now during the debate there won’t be audience but CNN went even one step further!

White House press corps has petitioned CNN to open up the debate studio to reporters, who for now have to watch a feed from a building across the street, because they believe there may be a “medical emergency” involving one of the presidential candidates requiring on-scene coverage.

The reaction from people online is really something:

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George Rowe

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25 days ago

Suspicious indeed. Bunch of corrupt and slippery folks there at CNN… AND the WH.

25 days ago

No journalists present and a two minute broadcast delay.
Seated “debaters” and multiple advertisement breaks.
What can go wrong for Biden?

25 days ago

Thank the freaking Uniparty & Media for all the Trashing of this Country, especially the propping up of the installed Zombie named Joe… what an undignified travesty of a man for Trump to even have to deal with…

25 days ago

The fake news morons at CNN (Clown News Network) do not want to take any chances that someone may be able to see the cheating crap they plan to pull.

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