What To Expect from The first Biden-Trump Presidential Debate?

The first Biden-Trump Presidential debate is expected to take place tonight in Cleveland. This is going to be a socially distanced event in which candidates will not shake hands. Fox News host Chris Wallace will be the coordinator of the event.

The first Biden-Trump Presidential debate is expected to take place tonight in Cleveland. This is going to be a socially distanced event in which candidates will not shake hands. Fox News host Chris Wallace will be the coordinator of the event.

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The audience is expected to be about 70 and everyone attending the event at Case Western Reserve University will get tested for Coronavirus and follow other health precautions.

The debate is scheduled to be at 9.p.m. Eastern time and will last 90 minutes without any breaks in between.

The topics for tonight’s debate will include, “The Trump and Biden Records,”  “The Supreme Court,” “COVID-19,” “The Economy,” “Race and Violence in our cities,” and “The Integrity of the Election,” this is according to the Commission on Presidential Debates.

Each section will last about 15 minutes and the candidates will be given two minutes to respond after Fox News host Wallace opens each section with a Question. And then the coordinator will use the rest of the time in the segment to facilitate further discussion on the topic, according to the Commission.

The following are some of the things that should be expected in Biden-Trump presidential debate:

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A $750 tax bill that New York Times reported about on Sunday night, Biden’s low bar, Trump’s coronavirus response, Trump’s Supreme Court momentum, who will fact check? And lastly A pivotal section on the race.

 

 

 

 

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