Biden Advisers Question Whether It’s Worth Participating In Final Debate With Trump

Following President Donald Trump‘s COVID hospitalization last week, the Commission on Presidential Debates made several decisions on the schedule of the two upcoming October debates. They initially decided to make the second debate, which was supposed to be held October 15, virtual, following Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s request that he not debate the president in person out of concern for coronavirus exposure. The president refused to debate in a virtual setting, and then later requested the debates be pushed back by one week so that they could remain in person. This would make the third de…

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