Why the jump cuts, Biden? Even reading from a teleprompter, Biden needs several tries to accept Trump’s debate challenge 

2D7HEPR Republican presidential candidate President Donald Trump speaks during the final presidential debate with Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden, on the campus of Belmont University, in Nashville, Tennessee on Thursday, October 22, 2020. Credit: Kevin Dietsch/Pool via CNP /MediaPunch

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A video clip of Joe Biden’s several attempts to deliver a message to President Trump despite reading off of a teleprompter has gone viral. 

This week, social media has been in a frenzy after Biden finally agreed to two debates with President Trump. The viral video released by Biden on X, saw him replying to President Trump’s debate challenge, saying, “Well, make my day, pal. I’ll even do it twice. Let’s pick the dates, Donald.”

Social media users were quick to point out the several jump cuts in the video, which make it clear Biden’s digital team edited together several attempts at his brief message, which he was reading off of a teleprompter.

President Trump’s campaign official, Steven Cheung, was one of many who commented on the video.

Cheung wrote on X, “In a super short 14 second video, the Biden campaign needed to do 5 jump cuts because Crooked Joe couldn’t deliver a clean reading. Total disaster.” 

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., also weighed in on the viral clip, writing on X, “Biden’s video has 5 cuts in 13 seconds.” Hawley included laughing emojis before adding, “What will Biden do in a debate when his many handlers can’t edit and splice his sentences together.” 

On Truth Social, President Trump also called out Biden’s inability to deliver a simple message, writing, “Crooked Joe Biden is the WORST debater I have ever faced – He can’t put two sentences together!” President Trump added, “It’s time for a debate so that he can explain to the American People his highly destructive Open Border Policy.”  

RSBN reported that the two debates will be held on June 27 in Atlanta and hosted by CNN without a live audience present after Biden’s campaign opposed it while President Trump had proposed a large venue for entertainment purposes. The second debate will take place on September 10 and will be hosted by ABC News.   

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