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US News USA 2020-Less chaos, but spikes, during the ultimate Trump-Biden debate

09:30  23 october  2020
09:30  23 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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USA-ELECTION-DEBATE: USA 2020-Less chaos, but spikes, during the ultimate Trump-Biden debate

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DEBATE by Trevor Hunnicutt and Jeff Mason

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (Reuters) - Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden on Thursday delivered diametrically opposed visions of the coronavirus health crisis, seeking to convince in a final debate the few Americans still undecided just twelve days before the presidential election on November 3.

Donald Trump displayed more restraint than at the end of September during the first debate, chaotic and undermined by interruptions, but his reunion with Joe Biden was still marked by many personal attacks, symbols of the low esteem that is carried the two men.

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President Trump trails Joe Biden in most national polls. Trump has been campaigning, while Biden prepared for the debate being held in Nashville, Tennessee. Iran and Russia have had access to voter data, the FBI warns - Iran is accused of sending threatening emails to voters.

Trump offered little vision and barely any policy, while Biden was solid. The president needed a win, and he didn’t get it. He was Donald Trump back from Covid as bellicose as ever during Thursday’s debate , a failing candidate on a flailing campaign.

Without untimely speeches, due in particular to new rules, this second debate allowed for more constructive discussions on a range of subjects such as the economy, climate change, racial issues, the health system and immigration.

One theme, however, dominated the debate: the coronavirus epidemic, which has killed more than 221,000 people in the United States and has imposed itself at the center of the electoral campaign.

The Nashville (Tennessee) televised rendezvous was one of the last opportunities for Donald Trump to change the course of the election campaign, as polls place him behind Joe Biden in voting intentions, even if the gap is narrow in certain "swing states" - the states which should decide the outcome of the election.

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The debate invitation to Tony Bobulinski is clearly meant to rattle Joe Biden , but it’s unclear whether it will be successful, given the Biden campaign has Chief of staff Mark Meadows told reporters that Trump received a coronavirus test during the flight to Nashville. “We tested him on the way here, and

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"Anyone responsible for so many deaths should not remain President of the United States," Joe Biden said in reference to the health crisis.

Donald Trump, who has in the past erected the strength of the US economy as a successful example of his tenure, has defended his approach to the coronavirus outbreak and said the country cannot afford to shut down again its economy, despite a surge in new cases.

"We are learning to live with it," said the Republican president, who for months downplayed the severity of the coronavirus, adding that it "is going away".

"Live with? Let's see. We will die with", reacted his Democratic rival.

BALANCE SHEET

Donald Trump also said that the availability of a vaccine was potentially a matter of "weeks". Most health experts, including representatives of the administration, believe that it is unlikely that a vaccine will be available on a large scale before the summer of 2021.

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While he continues by instinct to adopt a position of he outsider, Donald Trump painted an unflattering portrait of Joe Biden, describing him as a career politician with a negligible record in nearly 50 years.

But the former vice-president replied by repeatedly referring to Donald Trump's record in the White House, stressing the economic impact of the health crisis on the lives of Americans.

Once the theme of the coronavirus had passed, the exchanges between Donald Trump and Joe Biden turned to mutual accusations of inadequate links with foreign countries.

The Republican President repeated his accusations that the former Vice President and his son Hunter engaged in unfair practices in China and Ukraine. No evidence could be verified to support these accusations, which Joe Biden denies.

This desire of Donald Trump to tarnish the image of his Democratic rival by evoking supposed business ties with Ukraine echoes the accusations of conflicts of interest having targeted the Republican president, as well as his sons, since 2017 and his arrival at the White House.

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Donald Trump and Joe Biden will share the stage on Thursday night for the final presidential debate before election day on 3 November. For Mr Trump - whose coronavirus diagnosis derailed plans for a debate last week - it is a chance to turn around a flagging campaign as he is currently trailing in the

Biden 's campaign raised nearly million during the debate , a campaign aide said, adding to the Democrat's financial advantage with five weeks to go In Alliance, Ohio, on Wednesday, Biden urged Americans to vote for him in large numbers to eliminate any possibility of Trump trying to stay in the

"BONES"

Joe Biden said he never received "a single penny" from any foreign country, before accusing Donald Trump of trying to distract Americans.

"There's a reason he brings up all this nonsense," the Democratic candidate said, gazing into the camera. "It is not about his family or my family. It is about your family, and your family is suffering badly."

"Release your tax returns or stop talking about corruption," added Joe Biden, referring to a New York Times investigation into how little tax Donald Trump would have paid in the last ten years.

The Republican President, who has broken with a decades-long tradition of White House candidates revealing their tax notices, has claimed to have paid "millions" in taxes. Trump has again said he will make those documents public once a long-standing audit is completed.

Other themes on the program, and points of contention between the two rivals: the health insurance system, the policy towards China and racial issues.

Joe Biden accused Donald Trump of being "one of the most racist presidents" in history and criticized him for "adding fuel to every racist fire".

The Republican president expressed his disapproval and described himself as "the least racist person" in the room, saying he did more than anyone for the African American and Hispanic communities.

Few voters are still undecided, and Donald Trump's window of opportunity to tip the votes in his favor may have started to close. More than 47 million Americans have already transmitted their ballots, unprecedented.

(with James Oliphant and Chris Kahn; French version Jean Terzian)

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