A senior advisor for the Trump campaign told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" that this week's presidential debate between incombant Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will see a different approach than that of the first debate back in September.
Wallace, who moderated the first debate, recalled the number of interruptions made by the opponents during that event and asked if the president would conduct himself similarly at the upcoming debate which has been scheduled for this Thursaday.
“When you talk about style when you talk about approach, I do think that President Trump is going to give Joe Biden a little bit more room to explain himself on some of these issues,” said Jason Miller and referred to court-packing and whether or not Biden was referenced in newly discovered emails reported to have been exchanged involving son Hunter Biden and a Chinese energy company.
Miller stated that the debate's focus on foreign policy would be the perfect setting to question Biden's past support for "endless wars," President Trump's highly successful peace deals, and the authenticity of of the Hunter Biden emails.
"I do think the president's going to want to hear Joe Biden's answer on some of these, and will definitely give all the time that Joe Biden wants to talk about packing the court," Miller added, "I think he's going to get it on Thursday."
Biden has faced a lot of scrutiny for refusing to answer questions regarding his position on court-packing and even said American voters don't deserve to know his opinion on the matter. Later, he told a Cincinatti new station that he is "not a fan" of the idea but then cut off the line of questioning by saying, "I don't want to get off on that whole issue."