The Debt Commission canceled the Trump Biden debate on October 15

 

The Presidential Debate Commission (CPD) has formally canceled the second scheduled debate between President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden on October 15, when the candidates clashed over the terms of the debate. Intended to participate in other programs.

 

The Debt Commission canceled the Trump Biden debate on October 15

 

The announcement underscores speculation as to whether the event will be presented’ in a modified form next week, which began early Thursday when Trump, following an investigation into health concerns, turned the debate into a virtual event The rejected commission plans to relocate. Positive for CoVID-19

 

Biden's campaign initially vowed to continue the debate, although it became clear later on Thursday that Trump would not take part in the virtual debate that Biden did instead. ABC News plans to attend the Pennsylvania Town Hall.

 

"It is now clear that there will be no debate on October 15, and the CPD will focus on preparations for the final presidential debate on October 22," The commission said in a statement Friday night.

 

The commission says the debate is scheduled’ for October 22 at Belmont University in Nashville, Nashville.

 

Trump's campaign argued that next week's debate should be originally planned’ although organizers have expressed skepticism over last week's lack of evidence of Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis and evidence. There will be a physical incident since which they have had a negative experience. Disease.

 

Trump campaign spokesman Tim Morto told The Hill in a statement, "There is no medical reason to stop the October 15 debate in Miami from going ahead as scheduled, as the president is healthy and ready to debate." ۔ ““There's no reason why the three presidential debates shouldn't happen because Joe Biden actually agreed."

 

Murtaza added, "It's time for the biased commission to stop protecting Biden and preventing voters from hearing the two presidential candidates." He said the campaign would be open to discussion on Biden "without the intervention of the commission".

 

Biden has reached out to the mountain for comment.


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