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Politics Here's what Trump and Biden will debate over in their first face-off next week

21:40  22 september  2020
21:40  22 september  2020 Source:   nbcnews.com

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Here ' s when he's debate Trump . The first debate will take place in September. The Commission on Presidential Debates will host three presidential debates and one vice-presidential debate later this year. The first presidential debate , when the incumbent President Trump will face off against Joe

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The Commission on Presidential Debates on Tuesday announced the topics for next week's first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Donald Trump, Joe Biden are posing for a picture © Provided by NBC News

The debate, which will be held on Sept. 29 in Cleveland, will feature six 15-minute segments dedicated to the following topics: The Trump and Biden records, the Supreme Court, Covid-19, the economy, race and violence in American cities and the integrity of the election.

Fox News journalist Chris Wallace, who is moderating the event, selected those topics for the debate, the commission announced. The commission noted that the subjects may change based on developments in the news.

Hosted by Case Western Reserve University and The Cleveland Clinic, the debate will begin at 9 p.m. ET and take place for 90 commercial-free minutes.

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