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Trump Announces He’s Doing Live ‘Play By Play’ Of Biden’s SOTU Address

Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he will provide live “play-by-play” commentary for President Joe Biden's State of the Union address.

The presumptive Republican nominee said he would correct “all inaccurate statements” about himself, the Justice Department, the U.S.-Mexico border and a variety of other issues.

“I am pleased to announce that we will be broadcasting Crooked Joe Biden’s State of the Union address tomorrow night live,” President Trump wrote on Truth Social. “I intend to quickly correct any inaccurate statements, particularly regarding the border and the weaponization of the Department of Justice, FBI, DA, District Attorney, and pursue me, his political opponent, It has never been done before) ” Country! ). We've done this once before and had great success breaking all records. It is important for the country to know the truth! ”

Thursday's speech will be Biden's last State of the Union address before the 2024 presidential election, when he will once again face Trump. (RELATED: 'It's like a broken record': Peter Doocy repeatedly asks KJP if Biden will commit to debate with Trump)

While Biden's approval ratings remain low, Trump is leading in several general election polls. A poll released Saturday by The New York Times and Siena College found that 10% of Biden supporters in 2020 had shifted their support to Trump.

Another New York Times/Siena poll It found that only 18% of registered voters said Biden's policies had helped them. [them] “Personally,'' compared to 40% who said the same about President Trump. The same poll shows Trump leading Biden by 5 points nationally.

The former president currently leads Biden in key battleground states such as Wisconsin, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

Neither candidate faces major challenges in securing their party's nomination. Biden has already won 1,509 of the 1,968 delegates needed for the Democratic Party.Mr Trump is earned The Republican Party won 1,004 of the 1,215 delegates needed to win the nomination, with its only remaining rival, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, suspending her campaign on Wednesday.

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