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Oct 09 2016
Trump and Clinton's second presidential debate had a town hall setting, answering questions from social media and undecided voters on stage.Politico Townhall HuffPost
Oct 01 2020
The Commission on Presidential Debates will be making changes to the format of the remaining two debates.
In response to Tuesday night's face-off between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Commission is considering controlling the two candidates' microphones and their ability to interrupt one another and the moderator.CBS News (Online) New York Post (News) BBC News
Oct 19 2020
The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced Monday that the presidential candidates will have their microphones muted while their opponent speaks during the final presidential debate on Oct. 22. The commission decided that the changes were needed because the candidates frequently interrupted each other during the last presidential debate. This time, each nominee will be muted whileCNBC CNN (Online News) Breitbart News
Oct 21 2020
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will face off in their final debate Thursday, less than two weeks ahead of the presidential election. The candidates held their town halls last week after the second debate was cancelled. This debate will be moderated by NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker; candidates will have their microphones muted while theirNBC News (Online) FiveThirtyEight Fox News (Online News)
Oct 08 2020
Separated by plexiglass barriers, Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris sparred over the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic during Wednesday's vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City.
The debate highlighted a number of policy differences between the two parties, though both candidates avoided answering some questions and instead stressed pointsPolitico Reuters The American Spectator
Oct 15 2012
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Oct 03 2012
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Sep 30 2020
On Tuesday, President Donald Trump and Vice President Joe Biden had their first scheduled debate. (C-SPAN)
The left criticizes Trump for interrupting, failing to clearly condemn white supremacists, and stoking doubt about the election.
The right is disappointed by the debate in general and argues that it is unlikely to impact the presidential race.The Flip Side
Feb 19 2020
Six Democratic presidential candidates will face off in a debate on Wednesday night in Las Vegas, just three days before the Nevada caucuses.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has been rising in the polls, has qualified to take the stage for the first time and is expected to face questions from his rivals.New York Times (News) Fox News (Opinion) The Hill
Sep 29 2020
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will square off Tuesday night in Cleveland for their first debate, with five weeks left before the election.
Media from the right, left and center offer their take on what to watch for tonight, while more than a million Americans have already cast their early ballots.NPR (Online News) Townhall CBS News (Online)