US Presidential Elections 2020: Trump Refuses To Take Part In Virtual Debate With Democrat Joe Biden

Trump’s announcement came just minutes after the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that the showdown would take place on October 15.

Neel Raju Nalawade

October 9, 2020

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Ahead of the US Presidential elections 2020, the competing parties are campaigning in every possible way they can. However, after President Donald Trump tested positive for the novel Coronavirus, his campaigns were affected to some extent. The United States President Donald Trump has now recovered from the virus and in his recent interview, he said that he will not participate in the next US Presidential debate with Democrat Joe Biden. Trump’s announcement came just minutes after the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced that the showdown would take place on October 15.

The last debate between Trump and Biden turned out to be a controversial one after both of them slammed and criticised each other. To avoid a similar such instance, the debate commission had set new guidelines where the candidate would appear at remote locations and the debate shall take place virtually.

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