Donald Trump’s handlers hit the panic button over upcoming debate

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As you’re aware, there is a Presidential debate coming up on CNN between President Joe Biden and convicted felon Donald J. Trump. It promises to be entertaining, at the very least — provided the convicted felon shows up. The Trump team is getting increasingly nervous over one issue as time ticks down to the debate. The mic.

Many on Team Trump worry he’ll go insane when and if his mic is cut. You see, the mics being cut are part of the rules for this debate. Each candidate’s mic will be silent unless it is that person’s turn to speak. Now – you understand why the trump team is panicking.

They’re panicking because Trump has a wee bit of a tendency to act like an asshole during debates. The felon has done things before and will not be able to do now, such as screaming over the other candidate and making petty and childish comments when it’s not his turn to speak.

The Trump team is as concerned about this as they should be because the human mess they have on their hands will almost certainly break the rules, as he does not believe ANY rule applies to him.

As I’ve said before, I doubt Trump will show up. But if he does and his Mic is cut, surely he will accuse the moderators of being deep state. He has to. Trump is at his worst when he is acting paranoid, uncouth, psychotic, and loony-tunes, which describes how he acts every second of every day.

In a way, this debate is Donald Trump’s personnel intersection, and he is the (insane) driver who must make a decision. Will he make a left and abandon any pretense of attending this debate? Will he make a right turn, show up, and lose his mind?

Or will he go straight and fall into President Biden’s trap? That trap is trying to answer questions coherently and meaningfully, a task that’s impossible for the felon. All roads lead somewhere, but all of the Crossroads look somewhat dangerous for Donald Trump. We’ll find out for ourselves very shortly from now.

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