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01:25  28 september  2020
01:25  28 september  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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The first of three presidential debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is Tuesday, Sept. 29, at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. The 90-minute debate begins at 9 p.m. ET with moderator Chris Wallace, a FOX News anchor.

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Join USA TODAY's nationwide team of journalists to watch the debates here. On screen during our live broadcast, we'll display facts and context from USA TODAY's extensive news reporting as Trump and Biden debate these topics:

  • The candidates' records;
  • the Supreme Court;
  • COVID-19;
  • the economy;
  • racial justice, protests and violence;
  • the integrity of the election.

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The only debate for vice presidential candidates Mike Pence and Kamala Harris is Wednesday, Oct. 7, in Salt Lake City. Two more presidential debates are scheduled for Oct. 15 in Miami and Oct. 22 in Nashville, Tennessee.

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USA TODAY . Donald Trump is ending his presidential bid the same way he began it: defiant and provocative, breaking campaign norms and ignoring experts ’ advice — and becoming the nation’ s first presidential nominee in memory to say he wouldn’t necessarily accept the election returns on Nov.

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The first presidential debate will be held on September 29 in Cleveland, Ohio. It will last 90 minutes with each contender having 15 minutes to answer the questions. The rest of the debates will feature other moderators such as USA Today ' s Washington bureau chief How can I watch the debate live ?

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They bickered on who should appoint the next Supreme Court justice, their stances on health care and even brought each other’s families into the fray. Moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News struggled to rein in the candidates and at times admonished Trump as interrupting more frequently than Biden. © Mario Tama, Getty Images A server wears a face shield and face-covering as people sit to watch a broadcast of the first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.

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