Biden’s once-chief of staff suggests Trump and Biden debates will need to be ‘different’ than before

Biden’s once-chief of staff suggests Trump and Biden debates will need to be ‘different’ than before


Former White House chief of staff Ronald Klain believes the speculated presidential debates between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump need to be “different” from previous years.

Klain, who worked in the Biden White House from 2021 through 2023, claimed previous debates involving Trump saw the former president not “follow the rules at all,” and the moderator lose control of the debate. Klain was likely referencing the first 2020 presidential debate when Biden and Trump frequently spoke over each other.

“I think there will be debates,” Klain said. “But we need to have debates where the candidates get equal time, where there’s an orderly way of proceeding, where they can be heard, where it’s not a shouting match, where America will compare the

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