One president has the most to lose at CNN Presidential Debate

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To shift the momentum in a presidential rematch beset by lawfare, claims of misinformation, and increasing international instability, both former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden need to impress a dwindling pool of persuadable voters at the CNN Presidential Debate Simulcast on the Fox News Channel on Thursday night.

It’s a delicate balancing act for each of them, but not for the same reason. Trump will be on offense, looking to make inroads with traditional Democrat constituencies alienated by failed Biden administration policies. Even a small percentage of defectors from traditional Democratic voting blocs could swing an election his way. 

For his part, Biden will have to play defense, defending the indefensible while attempting to demonstrate a level of competence that is increasingly in question. Fortunately for Biden, the bar is low. As long as he

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