Michael Keaton says Joe Biden should no longer participate in debates, criticizes Trump for being unprepared
The actor bashed Trump's leadership once again
Michael Keaton suggested that Democratic nominee Joe Biden should not participate in any more presidential debates after he
“won” the first one on Tuesday against President Trump.
The actor spoke out about the first presidential debate of 2020, which many derided as being chaotic and lacking substance
due to a lot of crosstalk and interruptions from the incumbent candidate. The “Trial of the Chicago 7” actor joined the
myriad of celebrities who publicly commented on the debate by lending some advice to Biden and chastising Trump’s political
acumen in a series of tweets.
“No more ‘debates’. Joe, leave him hanging. You won. Walk away. That was NOT a debate,” he said Wednesday.
From there, he issued a tweet warning his followers that Trump will try to claim victory on Election Day in an effort to
discredit the many mail-in ballots that are expected to pour in for counting after the actual election due to the COVID-19
“Election will NOT be decided on Election Day AND THAT’S OK. Be prepared and prepare others. trump will try to claim victory
on Election Day and try to make people question results after that. Vote early if you can,” he said.
Keaton also praised the Obama-Biden administration for creating jobs while bashing the current administration for touting a
“The Obama/Biden administrations created more jobs in their last 3 years than trump administration did in their first 3 Out
of the last 11 presidents, trump’s economy ranks 7th,” he wrote.
The “Birdman” star concluded his Twitter thread on Wednesday with a harsh rebuke of Trump’s preparedness for the debate
This is far from the first time that Keaton has questioned whether Trump is fit for the duties of the White House. In August,
he took to Instagram to implore the sitting president to resign, arguing it would be a “patriotic” thing to do.