President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will face off at a social distance in the first 2020 presidential debate in Cleveland on Tuesday night. This is happening barely five weeks out from Election Day.
The first presidential debate will take place at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic. Meanwhile, the New York Times made a shocking revelation on Trump’s tax return on the eve of the debate. Meanwhile, the current ABC News / Washington Post poll shows Biden has a 10-point lead among registered and potential voters.
The effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the campaign will also be on the show. The two candidates will not engage in a handshake. Handshake between the opponents is a customary gesture opponent usually observes at such an event.
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The organizers will also limit the crowd size due to COVID-19, and all participants must undergo testing.
Topics for Presidential debate
The moderator of the debate is Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday. He picked six subjects for Tuesday for each section scheduled to last about 15 minutes.
Trump’s and Biden’s records, the economy, COVID-19, the Supreme Court, race and crime in U.S. cities, and the legitimacy of the election. Besides, the final subject emerged as Trump did not commit to a peaceful transition of power over the weekend.
With rising unemployment in the United States, where health care is indelibly tied to employment, and a global coronavirus pandemic, it’s fair to conclude that on Nov. 3, health is on the ballot.
Right now, COVID-19 has killed over 200,000 Americans. Another 13 million people are unemployed.
In 2020, health can be a political football, though it is also a fundamentally personal concern that affects every American voter.
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