Geraldo: Dem Strategy of Minimizing Biden’s Public Appearances Is a ‘Sound Practice’

‘You know, so the odds are or the easy money says Trump wants more public interchange, Biden wants less’

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GERALDO: "The lazy money in Vegas has Trump trumping Biden in a face-to-face debate, of which they are generally speaking three, generally in October. Trump did very well last time around. He had some stunts like bringing Paula Jones and some of the other women of Bill Clinton in to blunt his own scandal. He is very good on his feet, obviously, the President is, the 45th president is. The Democrats, it would behoove them, it would seem to me, the general thinking, the consensus is that the less we see of Joe Biden, the better. The more they keep him cloistered, the more they protect him from being in an atmosphere where he could gaffe his way out of the nomination, out of the election. You know, so the odds are or the easy money says Trump wants more public interchange, Biden wants less. You know, we will see how it ends up. Generally speaking, there has not been in recent, in modern history a presidential election without debates. I don’t think Biden can duck the debate indefinitely. But I do suggest that the Democrat strategy of minimizing his public appearances is probably a sound practice."

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