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USA. Joe Biden on the debate with Donald Trump. An important declaration was made

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– I don't know when, but I will be happy to debate him – Biden announced in a live interview in New York. It was the president's clearest declaration yet about a potential election debate. Earlier, in March, he claimed that whether he would agree to a debate “depends on his (Trump's) behavior“.

Biden's rival reacted almost immediately to his statement by proposing a televised debate during a Trump rally in Michigan or even in a Manhattan courtroom where a Republican politician is being criminally tried on charges of concealing payment for Stormy Daniels' silence before the 2016 election.

He is in New York today, although he probably doesn't know it, I am too, because I'm stuck here in one of the many court cases that he (Biden – ed.) initiated. (…) Indeed, let's have this debate in the courthouse tonight – on national television! I will wait” – Trump announced in a post on his social networking site.

USA. Biden in an interview with Howard Stern

Friday's live conversation with controversial radio host Howard Stern was one of the few interviews given by the 81-year-old president. He was a frequent guest of the radio host in the past Donald Trump, which touched on topics related to sexual relations, or, among others, the attractiveness of his daughter Ivanka.

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The conversation with Biden mainly focused on on personal topics from the president's life. Biden revealed, among other things: how he coped with the death of his first wife and 13-month-old daughter in a car accident in 1972.

For Biden, the conversation with Stern was one of a series of media appearances outside the traditional mainstream. Previously, he gave interviews, among others, on Spanish-language Univision television and radio, several radio stations aimed at African-American audiences, comedy shows and podcasts, and on a popular liberal YouTube channel.

USA. Biden refuses interviews

As Politico wrote on Wednesday, reluctance to give interviews traditional media causes frustration among the editorial staff of the New York Times.

According to Politico refusal to conduct interviews for “NYT” – who has interviewed every president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt – was intended to motivate the newspaper's publisher AG Sulzberger to encourage journalists to be more critical of the president.

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