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U.S. Presidential Debate 2020: Know About Donald Trump And Joe Biden Face-Off

U.S. Presidential Debate 2020
Source: Global News

The first U.S. Presidential Debate of 2020 of three tête-à-têtes for the vote on 3rd of November 2020, will be held on Tuesday, 29th September at 9:00 PM (EST), where Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden will face each other in this debate. It might be Trump’s last chance to make his way to win re-election and to get into the White House again.

The debate will be held in Ohio, Cleveland at the Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic.

Who Will Be In-Charge Of The Debate?

Popular News Anchor Chris Wallace (Fox) is going to moderate the debate, Wallace is a straight and independent Journalist. Wallace received praise for interviewing Donald Trump in July when he challenged Trump over the coronavirus death count.

What Will Be The Format For The Face-Off?

The debate will run for 90 minutes and will have six 15-minutes segment. There will be no opening statements, and the first question will be asked to Donald Trump.

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What Will Be The Six Segments For The Debate?

Chris Wallace who is the moderator of the debate has set these six topics as the six segments of the debate, which are:

  • The records of President Trump and former vice-president Joe Biden.
  • The supreme court.
  • Covid-19.
  • The economy.
  • Race and violence in our cities.
  • The integrity of the election.

How Joe Biden And Donald Trump Prepared Themselves For The Debate?

Joe Biden spent many days doing mock debates with Bob Bauer Campaign Adviser and Former White House General Counsel, they adopted Trump’s debate style in their mock debates according to the report.

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Donald Trump said on Sunday that Rudy Giuliani and the Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie helped him to prepare for the debate according to the CBS reports.

COVID-19 Precautions During Debate

Every COVID-19 precautions will be taken during the debate and only 60 to 70 people are expected in the audience.

About the author

Chris Noble

Chris is an associate editor focusing on in-depth stories about the cultural and societal impacts of technology. Raised in the UK and Hong Kong, he has worked for the Columbia Journalism Review, Reuters, and the South China Morning Post.

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