First Republican debate LIVE updates: Vivek Ramaswamy is attacked from ALL sides with Pence’s campaign saying U.S. ‘doesn’t need a candidate with training wheels’

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First Republican debate LIVE updates: Vivek Ramaswamy is attacked from ALL sides with Pence’s campaign saying U.S. ‘doesn’t need a candidate with training wheels’

Eight Republican candidates are going up against each other Wednesday evening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the first GOP debate of the 2024 primary ele

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Eight Republican candidates are going up against each other Wednesday evening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the first GOP debate of the 2024 primary election cycle. 

The candidates, however, are essentially battling it out for second place. 

Meanwhile, frontrunner Donald Trump is running counter programming with a sit-down with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson airing at the same time the debate kicks off – 9:00 p.m. ET. 

Fox is hosting the debate at Fiserv Forum arena in Milwaukee with moderators Martha MacCallum and Bret Baier. 

Candidates participating are Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson. 

Three other candidates – Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, businessman Perry Johnson and radio host Larry Elder – claim they met the requirements to be on stage, but were not included in the RNC lineup released Monday night. 

Follow along with DailyMail.com’s live updates of the first 2024 Republican presidential debate.  

Rep. Kat Cammack undecided on GOP nomination but thinks debate went well overall

Rep. Kat Cammack (F-Fla.) is undecided on who to endorse in the Republican primary but said she thought the bickering at Wednesday’s debate was a good thing.

‘Undecided Republican voters saw a very diverse, unique bench of talent that each has a unique vision for America,’ Cammack told DailyMail.com after the debate at Fiserv Forum. ‘But most importantly, I think they all saw that they’re willing to fight. And that is a departure from what we’ve seen in the past.’

‘When I go and talk to people anywhere in the country, they said, I like that people are starting to get more vocal. I like that people are starting to call out the BS. They’re wanting that they’re hungry for that, but they’re also looking for thoughtful leaders. And I think we saw a lot of that tonight.’

Vivek Ramaswamy’s campaign says seven ‘career politicians’ missed the mark at debate

Vivek Ramaswamy’s campaign slammed seven other debate participants for targeting him for age and inexperience in politics.

Senior Ramaswamy advisor Chris Grant said following the debate the the stories on Thursday morning will be about Donald Trump, who skipped the debate, and how the seven other candidates on stage failed to make their message clear.

‘Think there’s gonna be two stories tomorrow,’ Grant said. ‘I think it’s gonna be, obviously President Trump and his interview, but the other story is going to be seven career politicians took a swing at the bank and they could knock them down.’

‘And we’re gonna capitalize the way we’ve always capitalized,’ he added of the political newcomers campaign strategy. ‘We’re just going to work our a** off.’

Speaking to Fox News’ Sean Hannity, Ramaswamy said of the debate: ‘Honestly, it was fun.’

Pence campaign claims Ramaswamy isn’t ready for White House and says U.S. doesn’t need president with ‘training wheels’

Mike Pence’s campaign says the ex-VP went hard after Vivek Ramaswamy because he doesn’t want the GOP nominee or eventual President to still have ‘training wheels.’

Devin O’Malley, Pence’s spokesman, was the first into the debate spin room claiming that his candidate won against the seven others on stage in Milwaukee.

Pence had multiple run-ins during the debate with Ramaswamy, who at the age of 38 is by far the youngest candidate in the race.

‘It’s very clear that Vivek would need training wheels,’ O’Malley told reporters immediately after the debate. ‘If he were to be president – we don’t need a president that needs training wheels. We need a president that can do the job on day one.’

During the debate, Pence said of the prospect of Ramaswamy’s nomination: ‘Joe Biden has weakened this country at home and abroad. Now is not the time for on-the-job training. We don’t need to bring in a rookie, we don’t need to bring in people without experience.’

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - AUGUST 23: Republican presidential candidates (L-R), former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy speak during a break in the first debate of the GOP primary season hosted by FOX News at the Fiserv Forum on August 23, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Eight presidential hopefuls squared off in the first Republican debate as former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently facing indictments in four locations, declined to participate in the event. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis found himself in the cross-fire of frequent back-and-forths between former Vice President Mike Pence and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy during Wednesday’s debate in Milwaukee

DeSantis vows to send troops and aid to the southern border – and not Ukraine

Ron DeSantis assured he would stop the U.S. from sending aid to Ukraine and divert that to the southern border.

The Florida Gov. said while he vows not to send troops to Ukraine in its war with Russia, he would, as President, send them to the southern border to ‘use force’ and leave drug cartel members ‘stone cold dead.’

‘As President of the United States, your first obligation is to defend our country and its people, and that means – you’re sending all this money, but you’re not doing what we need to do to secure our own border,’ DeSantis said.

Nikki Haley tried to cut in with: ‘We can do both at the same time!’

‘We’re not handling both,’ DeSantis replied. ‘I’m not going to send troops to Ukraine, but I am going to send them to our southern border.’

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is seen on a screen as he and (from L) former Governor of Arkansas Asa Hutchinson, former Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie, former US Vice President Mike Pence, entrepreneur and author Vivek Ramaswamy, former Governor from South Carolina and UN ambassador Nikki Haley, US Senator from South Carolina Tim Scott and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, take part in the first Republican Presidential primary debate at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on August 23, 2023. (Photo by Brendan SMIALOWSKI / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

Former Vice President Mike Pence and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley – both ‘unapologetically pro-life’ – sparred over whether there should be a federal abortion ban during the first Republican debate.

Haley, the only female candidate onstage, said there must be a ‘common ground’ approach that can unite all Americans in a ‘respectful’ manner without ‘demonizing’ the issue – but said the Senate has to be on board.

‘Can’t we all agree that we should ban late-term abortions?’ she asked. ‘Can’t we all agree that we should encourage adoptions?’ she questioned. ‘And can’t we all agree that we are not going to put a woman in jail or give her the death penalty if she gets an abortion?’

Pence disagreed, telling Haley that although she’s a good friend, ‘consensus is the opposite of leadership.’

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - AUGUST 23: Republican presidential candidate, former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence participates in the first debate of the GOP primary season hosted by FOX News at the Fiserv Forum on August 23, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Eight presidential hopefuls squared off in the first Republican debate as former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently facing indictments in four locations, declined to participate in the event. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Biden’s reelection campaign accuses Republican candidates on debate stage of ‘siding’ with Putin

Democrats accused some Republican debate participants of ‘siding’ with Russian President Vladimir Putin in his war as those on stage supported an end to support for Ukraine.

Biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy was by far the most outspoken advocate for completely ending U.S. aid for Ukraine and focusing on domestic issues – like competing with China and securing the southern border.

Former biotech executive Vivek Ramaswamy speaks at the first Republican candidates' debate of the 2024 U.S. presidential campaign in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. August 23, 2023. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

‘Tonight, some MAGA Republicans running for President of the United States sided with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin over the Ukrainian people fighting for their democracy,’ Biden-Harris reelection campaign spokesperson Kevin Munoz said in a statement Wednesday evening.

‘They made fun of President Zelenskyy and opposed providing Ukraine with the equipment they need to defend themselves,’ he added. ‘Those aren’t American values. President Biden has rallied the world to stand up to Putin’s aggression and for the future of democracy, making America a leader standing up to bullies once again on the world stage.’

DeSantis assures he has ‘no beef’ with Pence certifying the 2020 election results

Ron DeSantis praised competitor and former Vice President Mike Pence for ‘doing his duty’ on January 6, 2021 when certifying the 2021 election results.

The Florida Gov. was pressed to respond to whether he thought Pence did the right thing on the day of the Capitol riot, to which he said yes, but urged the stage to move on from the past and focus on the future.

‘Mike did his duty, I have no beef with him,’ DeSantis said on the debate stage. ‘Is this what we’re going to be focusing on going forward? The rehashing of this?’

Moments earlier, DeSantis argued that Democrats ‘want to talk about all these other issues,’ but Republicans should be focusing on ‘reversing the decline of our country.’

‘This election is not about January 6th of 2021,’ he added. ‘It’s about January 20th of 2025, when the next president is going to take office.’

Six candidates on debate stage say they would still support Trump if he’s convicted of a crime and becomes the GOP nominee

Former Vice President Mike Pence, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley raise their hands in response to a question if they would support the eventual party nominee during a Republican presidential primary debate hosted by FOX News Channel Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Only two of eight candidates on the debate stage on Wednesday said that they would not support Donald Trump as the GOP nominee if he is convicted of a crime in one of the handful of indictments against him.

When asked to raise their hands if they would still keep their RNC signed pledge to support the nominee even if Trump is convicted, Vivek Ramaswamy was the first to shoot up his arm. He was followed by Tim Scott and Nikki Haley and then Doug Burgum, who is nursing an injured leg. Ron DeSantis was next and then former Vice President Mike Pence.

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie put his hand up, but not to agree with the statement, but to wag his fingers at his opponents on stage. Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson also did not raise his hand to say he would support Trump if convicted and the GOP nominee.

Trump is four-times indicted and is planning to turn himself over to Fulton County jail on Thursday for the latest election fraud charges.

‘Someone’s got to stop normalizing this conduct,’ Christie said to boos from the crowd. ‘Now, whether or not you believe that the criminal charges are right or wrong, the conduct is beneath the office of President of the United States… booing is allowed, but it doesn’t change the truth.’

Ron DeSantis ducked on if he’d support his own 6-week ban at the national level

Ron DeSantis wouldn’t say at the debate Wednesday whether he would support a nation-level six-week abortion ban.

The Florida governor supported the so-called ‘heartbeat bill’ in his home state and said at the debate that he would always be on the ‘side of life.’

But he wouldn’t commit to also supporting that measure at a national level, noting that different states would have different perspectives and laws related to abortion.

Former Vice President Mike Pence went after DeSantis’ response, repeating his claims that he will support a federal ban.

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - AUGUST 23: Republican presidential candidates (L-R), former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis participate in the first debate of the GOP primary season hosted by FOX News at the Fiserv Forum on August 23, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Eight presidential hopefuls squared off in the first Republican debate as former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently facing indictments in four locations, declined to participate in the event. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Nikki Haley is first candidate on Republican debate stage to directly call out Donald Trump

Nikki Haley was the first Republican candidate on stage Wednesday to directly call-out Donald Trump while going after his record on the economy.

When asked about polling, Haley moved onto what she, as an accountant, says is the bigger issue: ‘Well I don’t care about polls, what I care about is the fact that nobody is telling the American people the truth. The truth is that Biden didn’t do this to us, our Republicans did this to us, too. When they passed that $2.2 trillion COVID stimulus bill.’

‘Trump added $8 trillion to our debt and our kids are never going to forgive us for this,’ she added.

Haley is the only woman of the eight candidates on the debate stage.

She earned one of the loudest cheers of the night when she said: ‘I think this is exactly what Margaret Thatcher said if you want something said ask a man if you want something done ask a woman.’

Former Governor from South Carolina and UN ambassador Nikki Haley places hand on heart as the US national anthem is sung during the first Republican Presidential primary debate at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on August 23, 2023. (Photo by Pedro Ugarte / AFP) (Photo by PEDRO UGARTE/AFP via Getty Images)
Businessman Vivek Ramaswamy speaks as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis listens during a Republican presidential primary debate hosted by FOX News Channel Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023, in Milwaukee. (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Vivek Ramaswamy introduced himself to Americans as a firebrand ‘skinny guy with a funny last name’ as he took center stage next to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis at the first GOP debate on Wednesday.

‘So first let me just address a question that is on everyone’s mind at home tonight – who the heck is this skinny guy with a funny last name and what the heck is he doing in the middle of this debate stage?’ the 38-year-old father of two toddlers said. ‘I’ll tell you – I’m not a politician, Brett, I’m an entrepreneur.’

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie compared Ramaswamy to former President Barack Obama, who he claimed was ‘the last skinny guy with a funny last name’ to take a presidential debate stage.

Christie slammed both Ramaswamy and Obama as ‘amateurs’ and said the 2024 hopeful sounds like Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot ‘ChatGPT.’

epa10816754 Republican candidate for president former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie stands on stage before the start of the Republican presidential debate, hosted by Fox News and moderated by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, 23 August 2023. A total of eight GOP primary candidates of the 14 declared, are taking part in the debate, with former US President Donald Trump opting not to participate. EPA/JIM VONDRUSKA

DeSantis kicks off debate with first question on economy

Ron DeSantis was given the first question of the first Republican debate after Fox News moderators played an excerpt from the hit rich Men North of Richmond.

The Florida Governor used this time at the top of the debate to take a swipe at President Joe Biden’s son Hunter – pointing to bad policies that make people like him rich.

‘If you are working hard and you can’t afford groceries, a car or new home, while Hunter Biden can make hundreds of thousands of dollars on lousy paintings – that is wrong,’ DeSantis said.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (C) speaks, flanked by former US Vice President Mike Pence (L) and entrepreneur and author Vivek Ramaswamy, during the first Republican Presidential primary debate at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on August 23, 2023. (Photo by Brendan SMIALOWSKI / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

DeSantis took center stage at the first Republican debate as the highest polling candidate in Fiserv Forum

Eight Republican presidential candidates took stage Wednesday evening in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the first debate.

The candidates participating include Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, former Vice President Mike Pence, Ambassador Nikki Haley, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Senator Tim Scott, former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum.

Those more prominently on stage are those performing better in polls.

Meanwhile, Trump’s interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson started airing five minutes before the debate kicked-off as he avoided the first contest.

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - AUGUST 23: Republican presidential candidates (L-R), former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Vivek Ramaswamy, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, U.S. Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) and North Dakota governor Doug Burgum, are introduced during the first debate of the GOP primary season hosted by FOX News at the Fiserv Forum on August 23, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The 8 presidential hopefuls squared off in the first Republican debate as former U.S. President Donald Trump, currently facing indictments in four locations, declined to participate in the event. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

From left: Hutchinson, Christie, Pence, DeSantis, Ramaswamy, Haley, Scott and Burgum

Trump deploys a DOZEN surrogates to Milwaukee as he skips debate there

Donald Trump deployed a team of one dozen surrogates to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to represent him as he skips the first Republican presidential debate of the 2024 election cycle.

The ex-President sent his eldest son Donald Trump Jr. and his partner and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle to the debate location along with a team of members of Congress and other top aides. Kari Lake was also on location.

None of the Trump surrogates, however, are permitted in the spin room after Fox News, which is hosting the debate, banned them from the premises so candidates that actually are attending get more attention.

The lawmakers in Wisconsin for Trump are Republican Reps. Byron Donalds, Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Carlos Gimenez, Michael Waltz and Russell Fry.

Donald Trump Jr. and his partner Kimberly Guilfoyle mingle with attendees as they arrive at the debate hall to watch the Republican U.S. presidential candidates in their first primary debate of the 2024 campaign in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. August 23, 2023. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Ex-President’s eldest son Donald Trump Jr. and his partner and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle were among the one dozen surrogates Trump deployed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin as he skipped out on the first 2024 Republican debate there Wednesday night

Trump campaign circulates debate night Bingo card attacking top competitor Ron DeSantis

Donald Trump’s campaign is circulating a Bingo card attacking Ron DeSantis and asking viewers to be on the lookout for any slip-ups from the Florida governor.

The card is titled Ron DeSanctimonious Debate Night Bingo, employing the nickname Trump gave him early on in the campaign, and each of the four corners can be crossed out if he is ‘saved

by Fox,’ according to a copy of the card.

It also prompts listeners to look out for DeSantis saying the words Floridians, woke, folks, narratives and the phrase ‘end of the day.’

Trump’s team included in some of the spaces frequent Democratic lines of attacks against DeSantis, like the 2024 hopeful ‘bobbing’ his head, laughing nervously or pronouncing his last name two different ways.

The Democratic National Committee made good on its promise to troll the Republicans ahead of the party’s first primary debate Wednesday evening.

Along with driving an ad vehicle around the debate venue with a Dark Brandon warning of the perils of a Republican win, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ reelection campaign also circled a plane over Fiserv Forum arena in Milwaukee.

the plane banner reads: ‘GOP 2024: A Race for the Extreme MAGA Base.’

‘What happens when you take fundamental rights from women?’ one car’s LED screen poses and answers with: ‘I think these Republicans are about to find out.’

On the moving ad is an image of the Dark Brandon meme, which evolved from a conservative dig of the president to a meme showing Biden having the last laugh with red laser eyes.

‘Let’s Go Brandon’ is synonymous with ‘f**k Joe Biden.’

Trump claims his Tucker interview coinciding with the debate is GOOD for Republicans

Donald Trump says his counter programming is good for the Republican Party as he prepares for Tucker Carlson’s interview to start airing five minutes before the GOP debate kicks-off at 9:00 p.m.

The ex-President says the ‘dream scenario’ for Democrats is for a ‘long and drawn-out Republican primary’.

‘I refuse to give the Left what they want,’ he wrote in a statement less than two hours before the debate.

Trump added: ‘That’s why, tonight, instead of dividing our Party, I’ll be UNITING it by talking to a TRUE ALLY of the America First cause – Tucker Carlson – about how we are going to SAVE AMERICA from Crooked Joe and a Deep State that truly hates our country.’

Exclusive: Trump surrogate signals he’s open to other candidates building on ex-President’s record

Rep. Mike Waltz says he’s open to other candidates getting in office to build on former President Donald Trump’s policies.

A surrogate for Trump, the former Green Beret is in Milwaukee cheerleading for the absent former president, and said foreign policy will be a key factor in the debate and 2024 election.

‘One, I want to hear what they’re going to do about the greatest threat that this country has ever faced, which is the Chinese Communist Party,’ he told DailyMail.com on Wednesday. ‘I think the bottom line is the next president very conceivably could be a wartime president. God help us if it’s Joe Biden.’

‘Obviously I want President Trump to be there to build on his policies,’ the Florida congressman said. ‘But if the other candidates are going to make the case that it’s going to be them, I want to hear how they’re going to do that economically.’

Team Biden rips ‘softball’ Trump Carlson interview that will promote ‘conspiracy theories’

President Joe Biden’s presidential campaign ripped Donald Trump’s ‘softball’ interview with Tucker Carlson before it aired Wednesday.

‘In his softball ‘interview’ posting tonight, Donald Trump will again make clear that he’s running on the same extreme and deeply unpopular MAGA agenda the American people have rejected time and time again,’ Biden’s campaign spokesman Kevin Munoz said.

‘Instead of explaining his broken promises to Wisconsin… we’ll likely hear him double down on his most out-of-touch positions, including his support for wild, debunked conspiracy theories.’

The statement came after Carlson tweeted out a ‘debate night’ image of himself and Trump at the ex-President’s private Bedminster, New Jersey club.

Munoz also said, ‘That same extreme and unpopular agenda will be on display in Milwaukee later tonight by MAGA Republican candidates doing their best impressions of Donald Trump. The American people rejected these extreme ideas in 2018, 2020, and 2022 – and they will again in November 2024.’

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Tucker Carlson released a highlight video of his upcoming interview with Donald Trump meant to run as counterprogramming to the first Republican debate on Wednesday evening.

The debate kicks-off at 9:00 p.m. ET, but Trump’s pre-recorded interview will start five minutes before that at 8:55 p.m.

The clip shared to the social media site now known as X shows Carlson opening with questioning why Trump decided to skip the debate with eight other Republican candidates.

The former President has repeatedly said debating these low-polling candidates is beneath him.

In the video, Trump tells the former Fox News host that their interview through a forum called Tucker on X will probably get ‘bigger ratings’ than the debate.

GOP hopeful Vivek Ramaswamy, 38, cheekily told DailyMail.com ‘I’ll consider it’ when asked Tuesday if he planned to rap on the debate stage.

The biotech entrepreneur has been rising in the polls – leapfrogging Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis in several surveys – and likely needs a breakout moment at Wednesday night’s GOP debate to keep the momentum going.

And the one talent he’s previously deployed to make a statement has been his rapping skills.

Earlier this month at the Iowa State Fair, Ramaswamy ended an early morning event with Iowa’s Gov. Kim Reynolds by performing a rendition of Eminem’s Lose Yourself.

While a student at Harvard, the now presidential contender had a side-hustle as a libertarian-minded rap artist who went by the stage name ‘Da Vek.’

Gov. Doug Burgum showed up for a debate venue walk-through on Wednesday on crutches after suffering an injury during a pick-up game of basketball with his campaign staff.

The 2024 hopeful’s plans were up in the air after he was rushed to a Milwaukee-area emergency room on Tuesday.

Burgum, a wealthy former software executive, showed up to Fiserv Forum arena a few hours before the debate on crutches.

He posted to Twitter, now known as X, an image in a boot and on crutches at the debate venue with the caption: ‘I’m in.’

Doug Burgum @DougBurgumI'm in

President Biden says he’ll watch the first Republican debate

Joe Biden, after Pilates and spin classes on Wednesday, said he would watch the Republican primary debate Wednesday night – even though frontrunner Donald Trump opted to skip the event.

The President joked he had no expectations from the first formal gathering of Republicans attempting to defeat him in next year’s election.

‘I’m going to try to see — get as much as I can, yes,’ he told reporters earlier on Wednesday.

Asked what his expectations were, Biden smiled broadly and laughed: ‘I have none.’

U.S. President Joe Biden speaks to reporters after taking a Pilates and spin class in South Lake Tahoe, California, U.S., August 23, 2023. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Biden speaks to reporters while holding a blueberry smoothie after Pilates and spin classes on Wednesday in Tahoe, California. The President said he will watch the GOP debate

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