Cleveland — Americans will see “two diametrically different” visions for the country during Tuesday night’s crucial presidential debate, says Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

At 9 p.m., President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will square off in their first debate, 35 days before the election, from a venue in Cleveland, where a small group of demonstrators and a large number of police officers were gathering nearby.

In an interview hours before the debate, Perez said Biden will “counter” any incorrect claims the Republican president makes about the economy — one of the six topics planned — with “facts.”

“Donald Trump is trying to paint an alternative reality that doesn’t exist,” Perez said.

Asked about the president wanting Biden to take a drug