Trump Wants To Create A ‘Circus’ At Presidential Debates, Senator Says

As far as Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) is concerned, all former President Donald Trump wants to do with the 2024 presidential debates is to create “circus-like entertainment.”

Hollen made the assertion during an appearance on ABC News’ “This Week,” in which he said that Trump behaved like a “complete jerk” at presidential debates.

“Well, we know Donald Trump. You just mentioned, you know, the drug testing. This is the guy who was the – the birther candidate. He is not focused on issues that, you know, are important to the American people. He wants to create this sort of atmosphere of a circus-like entertainment,” Van Hollen stated.

“But the choice will be very clear. I mean, you’ve got Joe Biden. He’s the guy who grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He fights for the middle class. He believes in the dignity of work and decency. Donald Trump, agent of chaos, somebody who’s running for revenge and somebody who just said to a bunch of oil company executives the other day, give – give me $1 billion for my campaign, and I’ll give you everything you want,” he added.

Van Hollen went on to invalidate concerns about President Joe Biden, saying he does not have any concerns about him and his State of the Union address in March.

In his words: “I do not have concerns. I mean, there were people who said they were concerned about the State of the Union address. He came out swinging. You know, he delivered a very clear message to the American people. Look, it’s not about the age of the candidate. It’s about the ideas of the candidate what they’re going to do for the American people going forward. Donald Trump is all about revenge. He’s all about the past. Joe Biden is about fighting for the American people and putting forward an agenda for the future.”

“You know, when Donald Trump is being a complete jerk, then I can understand the president of the United States, you know, responding and letting him know that’s what he thinks,” he added.

Trump and Biden have agreed to debates on June 27 on CNN and Sept. 10 on ABC after Biden announced last week that he was open to debating Trump ahead of the November election.

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