At presidential debate, Trump needs to ‘smoke Joe Biden out’ on 6 policies: Ari Fleischer

Fleischer said the president needs to 'make [Biden] state his liberal policies' 

President Trump “needs to smoke Joe Biden out” on a host of policy positions at the first presidential debate, said Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer on Tuesday.

Fleischer told “America’s Newsroom” the president needs to "make [Biden] state his liberal policies" on six issues.

The former White House press secretary said, "One, President Trump should say, 'I will veto any legislation to pack the Supreme Court, will you do that, Joe?' 'I oppose efforts to cut police funding. New York cut a billion dollars, I oppose it. Joe, where are you?'"

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"The other issues: drivers licenses for illegals as New York did. 'I oppose it, where are you, Joe? Sanctuary cities, I oppose them. Joe, do you?'

"'Hillary Clinton proposed taxes, you proposed higher taxes twice as high as Hillary’s. Joe, I oppose that, why are you for higher taxes? And, finally, fracking and American energy independence, I oppose efforts to end fracking, where are you, Joe?'” Fleischer said.

Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace will moderate, and the format for the first showdown calls for six 15-minute segments – with each segment dedicated to a particular topic.

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Last week, Biden said that he’s begun to prepare for the upcoming debate and that his preparation would intensify Thursday. Last week, President Trump also brought up Biden’s 47 years of experience and said he assumes Biden’s “going to do great” during the first presidential debate, then went on to slam the former vice president.

Fox News' Morgan Phillips contributed to this report.