Dr. Jo Jorgensen, Libertarian for president, says she’s flexible

GREENVILLE, S.C. October 8, 2020 — After President Trump stated that he’s unwilling to debate his Democratic rival Joe Biden virtually, Libertarian for president Jo Jorgensen offered to debate either or both candidates either in person or virtually.

“I have held in-person campaign events in 48 states so far while taking reasonable precautions to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, such as holding the events outside,” she said. “At the same time, I respect those, especially in vulnerable age groups, who wish to take every precaution.” 

“I am happy to debate former Vice President Joe Biden virtually, if President Trump refuses to do so,” said Jorgensen.

“And I’m happy to debate President Trump in person, if Joe Biden is not comfortable with that setting,” she said.

“If I have the chance to debate either man, you can be sure you’ll hear discussion of important issues that have been missing in every debate so far, such as pulling our troops out of the Middle East and Afghanistan; ending the War on Drugs that gave birth to the militarization of our police; halting all further government debt spending; and opening up a true free market in health care to make it easily affordable for everyone.”