In the period of roughly two and a half years since President Joe Biden entered the oval office in January of 2021, the state of economic and social affairs along with the general security and well-being of the United States has deteriorated. Millions of illegal migrants have entered the nation through the southern border since the start of the 46th president’s term after he rescinded many of the policies implemented by the former president Donald Trump that appeared to be diminishing the numbers of illegal migrants entering the country. Additionally, reckless spending passed and promoted by Biden and the democratically controlled congress during the early days of his term introduced trillions of dollars of new spending and helped cause record levels of inflation not witnessed in decades. 60% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, and the middle class continues to struggle immensely.
While the 2024 presidential election remains political lightyears away, Republican candidates are actively grappling with each other for the party’s presidential nomination. While the field of candidates remains crowded, the former 45th President Donald Trump continues to maintain a massive high double digit lead over his nearest challenger, Ron DeSantis. Biden and Trump have also been predicted to be statistically tied in many crucial swing states across the country, and while both men remain unpopular, it appears that a 2020 rematch is likely.
There have been two GOP presidential debates already- one was held in Milwaukee, and the other was held at the Ronald Reagan presidential library at the end of September. The third debate is scheduled to occur in Miami on November 8th at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Lester Holt, Kristen Welker and Hugh Hewitt have been announced as the moderators, all members of NBC news, a staunchly progressive and left leaning national news network. Trump will likely skip the debate as he has also skipped the first two which have occurred.