Trump Flips Big Middle Finger To Fox With What He’s Doing On GOP Debate Night

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President Donald Trump intends to forego participation in the initial GOP presidential primary debate and, instead, opt for an interview with Tucker Carlson. This alternative platform would afford him the opportunity to express his views without encountering censorship or interruptions.

President Trump has made the strategic decision to abstain from participating in the debate, so deviating from the customary trajectory followed by presidential candidates, according to his nonconformist nature as a candidate.

According to a report by the New York Times, it has been stated that President Trump intends to overshadow the GOP primary debate and instead choose an alternative course of action.

Donald Trump is currently the frontrunner among Republican presidential candidates, and his decision to not participate in the debate is anticipated to have a negative impact on media viewership.

Trump also raised the subject of his participation in the discussion, given his significant lead over the competitors, thereby expressing a logical perspective.

In a message published on the social media platform Truth Social, former President Donald Trump expressed his views:

“Many people are asking whether or not I will be doing the DEBATES. ALL AMERICANS have been clamoring for a President of extremely High Intelligence.

As everyone is aware, my Poll numbers over a ‘wonderful’ field of Republican candidates are extraordinary.

In fact, I am leading the runner-up, whoever that may now be, by more than 50 Points. Reagan didn’t do it, and neither did others.

People know my Record, one of the BEST EVER, so why would I Debate? I’M YOUR MAN. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”

The forthcoming debate is scheduled to occur in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on August 23rd, and will be facilitated by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, esteemed journalists from Fox News.

“The RNC is proud to announce the @FoxNews Republican Primary Debate with Partners @YAF and @RumbleVideo,” the Republican National Committee tweeted in April.

Carlson initiated the introduction of a novel program on X, previously recognized as Twitter, that lacks any affiliation with Fox News.

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