The candidates will have two minutes to respond to each question, and there will be an additional minute for the moderator to facilitate further discussion. There will be three debates between Joe Biden and Donald Trump and one debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence. The coronavirus pandemic will make these debates different from previous ones. One debate will be a vice presidential debate between incumbent vice president Mike Pence, Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, and any third party candidates that meet the criteria. Full Debate Schedule. Enter your email address to get the latest 2020 Election news sent instantly to your inbox! Who won the presidential debate: Trump or Biden? Sept. 29, 2020 – First Presidential Debate Oct. 7, 2020 – Vice Presidential Debate Oct. 15 – Canceled – 2nd Presidential Debate Oct. 22, 2020 – Third Presidential Debate Full Debate Schedule
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Format: Nine 10-minute segments. Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden go face to face tonight in the first of three highly anticipated presidential campaign debates. Following the announcement that the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) was revising the format of the Oct. 15 debate to become a “virtual” event, with candidates appearing from remote locations, President Trump said he wouldn’t be participating. Three of the four presidential debates will be between incumbent president Donald Trump, Democratic nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden, and any other participants that qualify. Format: Same format as the first debate, with six 15-minute segments. There would be pros and cons to the virtual format on Oct. 15, but it’s not an ideal debate situation for either candidate.
As a result, the next Presidential Debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will not be held until Oct. 22. First presidential debate between Trump, Biden: VIDEOS (1 of 13).
Topics: Moderator Chris Wallace chose topics based on major issues. Following the announcement that the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) was revising the format of the Oct. 15 debate to become a “virtual” event, with candidates appearing from remote locations, President Trump said he wouldn’t be participating. This is a continually evolving story so there may be changes as the campaigns debate the debates. He started covering the 2008 Presidential Election which turned into a full-time political blog in 2012 and 2016.
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There might only one more Trump-Biden debate. Start the day smarter. The first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden erupted in contentious exchanges Tuesday night. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic. The debate also will be aired on most major networks and cable news channels, including Fox News, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, PBS and C-SPAN from 9 to 10:30 p.m. EDT. As for the final debate on Oct. 22, “Donald Trump can show up, or he can decline again. ET on Thursday, Oct. 22. NBC's Kristen Welker will moderate.