President Trump should make an announcement in a special news conference called for this purpose and offer a different option to follow if the former Vice President won't honor the prior approved commitment to participate in three debates. In very clear words, he must explain that this will be the first time a major candidate for President (at least in recent years) has refused to honor that commitment and it is obvious that it means he is afraid to debate. And then he should announce that he will hold a mock debate, really more of a discussion, at a specific date in the future where the matter of policy issues that need to be presented will be covered. It will be conducted by having another person stand in for Biden, a person prepared to present and fully explain the meaning of the very positions that Biden and the Democrats espouse, including those in the Democrat platform. It will be conducted in a very professional manner at a date to be determined in an auditorium with an audience and a moderator to ask questions. And while it is true that the person representing Biden's positions will not be advocating those positions, but merely spelling them out and explaining exactly what they mean, it will be a way to inform the American people of just what Biden stands for. The President, in his response, would contrast those positions with his own and tell the audience, included TV coverage, how his positions are different and how and why they will be so much better for the country.
Finally, in explaining this process in his press conference and before going forward with his plans, he should provide a deadline by which Biden and the Democrats can change their minds and agree to participate. It will give them one last chance of living up to the agreement or sitting at home and watching the President publicly show what a poor decision they will be making on Biden's behalf. But, either way, the President will, in a very professional and appropriate setting, let the electorate know in no uncertain terms just how much better off America will certainly be by giving our President four more years to finish up what he began. And as for Biden? As a human being I feel sorry for him because I truly don't believe he is capable of functioning well enough to be President. I also think it appalling that the former Vice President's wife and family didn't work to end the process of his candidacy, but now it's likely too late. The Democrats should be ashamed of themselves and they need to live with that in the back of their minds. Having said that, however, if Biden really wants to be President, he has to be strong enough and keen enough to debate under the hot lights or else sit silent while the President opens all eyes in the country to what his opponent represents. That's politics, my friends, and as the old saying goes, if you can't stand the heat, get out of the fire. You asked for it, Joe, and now you've got it.