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Tags: joe biden | gaffes | super bowl | interview | 2024 election | debate | donald trump

Could Biden's Blunders End Presidential Debate Tradition?

President Joe Biden (Getty Images)

By    |   Friday, 09 February 2024 08:01 AM EST

President Joe Biden's advisers say he's again skipping the customary Super Bowl interview to spare sports fans from politics, but after a rough stretch during which he's twice claimed to have spoken to long-dead politicians and as he increasingly appears to lose his train of thought during events, political experts say Biden's communications strategy heading into the 2024 election is likely to continue with a "less is more" approach.

Biden opting out of the Super Bowl interview marks the second year in a row that he'll pass up the opportunity to address millions of Americans tuning in to watch one of the biggest sporting events of the year – a somewhat captive audience that presidents typically take full advantage of having access to.

Marisa Herman

Marisa Herman, a Newsmax senior reporter, focuses on major and investigative stories. A University of Florida graduate, she has more than a decade of experience as a reporter for newspapers, magazines, and websites.

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President Joe Biden's advisers say he's again skipping the customary Super Bowl interview to spare sports fans from politics, and political experts say Biden's communications strategy heading into the 2024 election is likely to continue with a "less is more" approach.
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