The Fee on Presidential Debates has launched the subjects for the ultimate presidential debate between President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden that may happen subsequent Thursday in Nashville, Tennessee.
The controversy will begin at 9:00 p.m. ET and run for 90 minutes with out industrial breaks.
The six subjects are:
- “Preventing COVID-19”
- “American Households”
- “Race in America”
- “Local weather Change”
- “Nationwide Safety”
The format is similar as the primary debate: Every phase will final about 15 minutes, and the candidates may have two minutes to reply after the moderator, NBC’s Kristen Welker, opens every phase with a query. Welker will then use the remainder of the time within the phase to facilitate additional dialogue on the subject.
In Friday’s announcement, the fee didn’t clarify any additional rule modifications for the ultimate contest, one thing it stated it might do after the primary debate between the presidential candidates devolved right into a chaotic affair with the President flouting the foundations and repeatedly interrupting the previous vice chairman.
Keep in mind: Trump and Biden had been imagined to debate final Thursday, however that debate was canceled after Trump declined to take part in a digital debate. The fee modified the format to a digital debate as a result of President’s optimistic coronavirus analysis earlier this month, which left him hospitalized for 3 days.
Each candidates as an alternative participated in city halls on the night time the controversy was initially scheduled to happen. Biden appeared on ABC for an hour and a half city corridor, and Trump appeared on NBC for an hour-long city corridor.