News Editor for Katie Pavlich joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to shed light on why President Biden’s 2024 re-election campaign came to the realization that the president should sign off on multiple debates with former President Trump before the election in November.

“They have tried everything and nothing’s working. They can’t put Biden out there in a lot of different interviews because he fails. At the same time, I think that Republicans and the Trump campaign, which I’m not saying they’re doing this, but just generally, you know, we watch Joe Biden and he doesn’t do that well at public events and in interviews off the cuff. But I wouldn’t underestimate his ability to show up and do a pretty good job. And I think you set the bar on the floor, he can walk over it, you know, like, there’s a chance of tripping there, but it’s not high. So if they set the bar so low that all he has to do is show up and do a decent job, then, you know, that will be helpful to him. So I’m glad that we’re having debates. I hope there are more than two. I believe before I came on air Trump it offered the Fox one and agreed. And I’m not sure if Biden has agreed to that one yet. So, I do think it’s fascinating that both sides have ditched the Presidential Commission on Debates. It’s like, you guys are dead.”

Jimmy and Katie also react to New York City Mayor Eric Adams suggesting migrants could help fill the Big Apple’s lifeguard shortage. To hear everything they discussed, listen to the podcast!