President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden were compromised in thursday night’s final debate, which may be the best chance to change the Mama Bear 2020 T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater trajectory of the race with just 12 days left until the election.
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The Nashville debate set out the Mama Bear 2020 T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater final national stage to map out completely different visions for a country that is in the sights of an outbreak that has killed more than 225,000 Americans and cost millions of jobs. Despite the historical turmoil, the race has barely changed with Biden holding the advantage in many battle states while Trump faces a shortage of cash for the campaign and, crucially, time.
Worried that Trump could lose the Mama Bear 2020 T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater White House and cost Republicans the Senate, some advisers urged him to trade off his belligerent attitude from the first debate to take a lower-key style and focus on Biden, whom he called “Joe falling asleep.” But Trump didn’t promise that.
Biden, who left the campaign for several days to support debate preparations, hopes Trump will become personally strong. The former vice president and his internal team see the Mama Bear 2020 T-shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater president’s approach primarily as an attempt to distract from the coronavirus, its recession and other crises during Trump’s presidency.
“Hopefully he’ll play by the rules,” Biden said upon boarding a plane to Tennessee. “I’m looking forward to this.”
The final debates often play an overly large role in the election results. But Thursday night’s confrontation will be different from previous one.
Following Trump’s COVID diagnosis, the debate committee ruled that the second debate, held last week, was virtual. Trump hesitated, and the two men kept the Town Dueling Room instead, speaking at the same time more than 1,000 miles away.
Biden can also expect questions about his comments in a CBS interview, published Thursday, in which he won’t rule out trying to add judges to the Supreme Court. The matter has followed him since the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on September 18 and the GOP-controlled Senate has rushed to confirm Trump’s nominee to succeed her, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.