Trump Offers $1 Million For Charity If Biden Accepts Debate And Golf Challenge

Former President Donald Trump has thrown down the gauntlet to President Joe Biden, challenging him to a debate and a golf match with a $1 million donation to charity on the line if Biden wins. Trump made the offer during a rally in Doral, Florida, suggesting that the events would provide Biden with an opportunity to redeem himself after his underwhelming performance in the June 27 presidential debate.

“Tonight, I’m officially offering Joe the chance to redeem himself in front of the entire world,” Trump said to the enthusiastic crowd. “Let’s do another debate this week so that Sleepy Joe Biden can prove to everyone all over the world that he has what it takes to be president. But, this time it will be man to man, no moderators.”

Trump extended the challenge to include a golf match, referencing a previous debate exchange where Biden purportedly expressed a desire to compete with Trump on the golf course.

“I’m also officially challenging Crooked Joe to an 18-hole golf match right here,” Trump announced, adding that he would “give Joe Biden ten strokes a side.”

“If he wins, I will give the charity of his choice, any charity that he wants, $1 million,” Trump said. “And, I’ll bet you he doesn’t take the offer. Because he’s all talk. But, what that match will do is prove that Joe is in fact, all talk and no action.”

Trump’s challenge follows calls from within the Democratic Party for Biden to reconsider his re-election bid due to concerns over his cognitive and physical health. The proposed events aim to highlight these issues while boosting Trump’s own image of vigor and capability.

During the presidential debate, Trump and Biden had a spirited discussion about their golf abilities, with Trump claiming recent victories in club championships and Biden asserting that he had significantly improved his golf game during his vice presidency.

The public and media are now waiting to see if Biden will accept Trump’s high-stakes challenge, which promises to be a spectacle of both political and athletic competition.