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Trump Calls Joe’s Bluff: Challenges Him To Debate Rematch And A Golf Game

Predictably, Biden is ducking the challenge and making excuses

Ever since Trump mopped the floor with Joe in the debates, Biden has offered no end of excuses. It was a cold. Or 12-day-old jet-lag. He prepared badly. Trump yelled.

Blah-blah-blah. The excuses keep on coming.

After letting the Dems rip themselves apart for more than a week trying to decide how to handle their ‘Joe problem’, Trump stepped back into the spotlight with a campaign rally in Florida.

He had his usual showmanship swagger. He thumbed his nose at the DNC scrambling to figure out their leadership problem. He took some shots at Kamala Harris — even giving her a new nickname — and then he used Joe Biden’s very own words from the last debate as the basis of a challenge for the next one.

First off, Trump challenged Joe to a debate with NO moderator, in the mold of the famous Lincoln-Douglas debates. But he did a lot more than challenge Biden to a debate.

If you recall the back-and-forth about Joe’s alleged golf score, Joe repeated his claim that he would challenge Trump to a golf game ‘if he carried his own bag’.

That pointless show of empty bravado was a tactical mistake on Joe’s part. It gave Trump the opportunity to take that challenge on its face value and accept it.

Trump lives on the golf course. In his case that isn’t even a figure of speech. It’s what The Donald does for exercise. And 18 holes of golf would represent the longest sustained physical activity (or even public appearance) the public has seen Joe involved in for a very, very long time.

Trump was even strategic in where he called for the match to take effect… while holding a rally in Dorval, he talked up the golf club in Dorval as one of the premier

Not only did Trump sweeten the pot with an offer of a million dollars to a charity of Joe’s choosing should Joe pull off a win, he offered him 10 stroke head start on the front nine, and another one on the back nine.

How did Joe respond to the challenge?

Just like any other gutless coward that picks a fight but makes excuses and runs away when the ‘victim’ is no victim and takes him up on the challenge.

He sure can talk tough, but when push comes to shove, he can’t back it up. What a perfect metaphor for his flaccid foreign policy and dismal domestic policy.

The only people he has the guts to talk tough with are parents fighting school boards for failing their kids, and pro-life grandmothers in a protest. But let Hamas sympathizers shut down a city, and he won’t bat an eye.

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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck