Last season on “Donald Trump Is Terrified of Being Humiliated by People Who Actually Know What They’re Talking About,” Trump set a precedent of laying groundwork for his debate ditching long before the actual debate could take place. And now, season two Trump is gearing up to be just as craven.

Late last night, Donald Trump tweeted this:

It’s worth noting that, in the fall, football games take place on Sundays, Mondays, and Thursdays. CNN also notes that “Fridays and Saturdays are effectively ruled out because TV viewing is lower on weekend evenings.”

That means that the only viable, Trump-approved days would be Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Just not Tuesday, October 11 or Wednesday, October 12, of course. Those are the days of Yom Kippur.

Back in Primary season, after Megyn Kelly forced Trump to reckon with his own, verbatim quotes, Donald Trump tweeted this:

Several days later, Donald Trump backed out of the long-scheduled Fox News debate entirely.

Then again, in March, Trump skipped another Fox News debate, which prompted it to be canceled entirely when Kasich followed suit.

The Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton debates would be incredible to behold, which is exactly why Trump will cancel as many of them as humanly possible. But thankfully for the viewers at home, that’s a big ask—even for Donald Trump.