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Presidential Debate Calendar 2020-All We Need To Know

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The Calendar 2020 Of Presidential Debate

Presidential Debate Calendar 2020-All We Need To Know: The presidential and vice-presidential debates, like many things this year, are going to look a little different. There will be only one moderator per argument. It is still not sure about the presence of the audience. Every discussion will commence at 9 p.m. Eastern time. According to the Committee on Presidential Debates, it will run uninterrupted for an hour and a half.

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First Debate For The Presidential Election

29th September

Location: The Democratic candidate, President Trump, and Joseph R. Biden Jr.Β will meet at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Owing to the coronavirus pandemic, Notre Dame withdrew as host.
How to watch: The Times will live stream the action, and our reporters will provide commentary and analysis. On networks including CNN, Fox News, CBS, ABC, C-SPAN, NBC and MSNBC, the debate will also take place.
The moderator: Chris Wallace, the “Fox News Sunday” host, will moderate the conversation. It is the second time a presidential debate moderated. The first was in 2016 between Mr Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Topics announced: In choosing the discussion topics, the moderator has total discretion. Mr Wallace selected the records of Mr Trump and Mr Biden for the first round, the Supreme Court, the pandemic of the coronavirus, the economy, race and violence in cities and the legitimacy of the election. For each topic, there will be 15 minutes to discuss it.

7th October

Vice-Presidential Debate

Location: Kingsbury Hall at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

How to watch: The Times will have a live stream without interruption, and they will provide insights and review.

The moderator: The vice-presidential debate will g moderated by the head of the Washington bureau of USA Today, Susan Page.

Topics revealed: The case is announced a week before. The moderator and the Committee on Presidential Debates do this job. We know there will be nine subjects, each of which will take about 10 minutes.

15th October

2nd Presidential Election

Location: Miami’s Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. This debate was initially expected to take place at the University of Michigan.

How to watch: The event will be streamed and live analysis provided by The Times.

Moderator: Steve Scully, who is C-SPAN’s political director, will host a city-hall-style event with undecided South Florida voters. Mr Scully will have an additional minute per question.
Topics announced: A week before the debate, the moderator and the Committee on Presidential Debates will reveal the issues.

22nd October:

3rd Presidential Election

How to watch: along with a live chat and a live briefing with analysis from our reporters, The Times will have an uninterrupted stream.
The moderator: Kristen Welker, White House reporter for NBC News and co-anchor of “Weekend Today.” She is just the second Black woman to serve as a presidential debate’s sole moderator. Carole Simpson was the first one.
Topics announced: A week before the debate, the moderator and the Committee on Presidential Debates will reveal issues. There will be six topics. They get 15 minutes each.

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