Kellyanne Conway Says Biden Won’t Debate Eventual GOP Nominee

Kellyanne Conway, who serves as an aide to former President Donald Trump, recently said that she does not believe President Joe Biden will debate the eventual GOP presidential nominee in 2024.

Appearing on Fox News, alongside former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, and host Laura Ingraham, Conway shared her comments about the president, as reported by Breitbart News.

“That’s fascinating. I hadn’t thought about that. Kellyanne, do you predict that Joe Biden will or will not debate whoever the Republican nominee is next year, yes or no, will he?” Ingraham said, turning to Conway.

“No, he won’t. They won’t let him out there. They hardly let him out there at all. We don’t see much of him,” Conway replied.

“I agree,” Ingraham said.

“And maybe that also means Kamala doesn’t have to debate, which they would want to avoid also because she battles the teleprompter every day and the teleprompter wins. She doesn’t put in the work,” Conway added.

“I can’t imagine her debating another human being on policy and substance and her record, but that would be terrible. I believe debates are part of the democratic process. We the people deserve to see the voters [sic] debate each other free of charge,” she continued.

Conway’s remarks aren’t a stretch at all. How can one expect Biden to debate a pumped-up, knowledgeable 2024 GOP field of candidates, when the president can’t even debate the candidates running against him in his party?

Biden is currently facing two primary challengers: author Marianne Williamson, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has not even set a date for the declared candidates to debate, despite Kennedy polling at 20%, as reported by the Daily Caller.

Williamson and Kennedy issued a scathing rebuke of the DNC for not scheduling any debates. The author expressed her “disappointment” with the matter, while Kennedy called the DNC’s decision “troubling.”

Just recently, Biden’s 2024 presidential campaign refused to commit whether the president would debate Trump if the former president were to emerge as the Republican presidential nominee.

“To be honest with you, we haven’t really had any substantive conversations about that yet,” Michael Tyler, the Biden campaign’s communications director, told reporters, according to USA Today.