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Origin of Joe Biden’s Phrase ‘Make My Day’: Discover Its Roots

The phrase comes from Clint Eastwood's 1983 Dirty Harry movie 'Sudden Impact.'

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Origin of Joe Biden's Phrase 'Make My Day'

Origin of Joe Biden’s Phrase ‘Make My Day’: Biden challenged the former president, as well as his presumptive opponent in November, to a summer debate.

Both parties will hold conventions in July and August, and both Biden and Trump are expected to be nominated as candidates.

CNN stepped in and proposed Thursday, 27 June, as a potential debate date, and both campaigns confirmed that their candidates would attend.

There’s a movie reference in Biden’s speech

A short video clip posted across the President’s social media platforms shows him saying, “Make my day, pal,” about Trump agreeing to debate him this summer.

The phrase comes from Clint Eastwood’s 1983 Dirty Harry movie ‘Sudden Impact.’

Eastwood’s character Dirty Harry Callahan, who works for the San Francisco Police Department, is known for his catchphrase: “Go ahead, make my day.”.

Donald Trump’s response

Biden also claimed Trump lost both debates to him in 2020 and expressed surprise that Trump was interested in another debate to demonstrate his debating skills.

Since the 2020 debates were so chaotic and neither candidate kept their composure, determining a winner was nearly impossible.

There was no surprise in Trump’s response to the video.

First, he attacked Biden for his debate skills, calling him “the worst debater he has ever faced.”

He described his opponent as the “WORST PRESIDENT in the History of the United States and a true Threat to Democracy” on Truth Social. Likewise, Trump accepted ABC News’ invitation for a second debate.

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