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Commission on Presidential Debates Unilaterally Announces Second Debate to be Virtual, Biden Campaign Agrees

WASHINGTON DC – Breaking this morning, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) stated in a press release this morning stating that “… to protect the health and safety of all involved with the second presidential debate,” “will take the form of a town meeting, in which the candidates would participate from separate remote locations.”


CPD News Release announcing 2nd debate will be virtual town hall.

After a cantankerous showing at the first Presidential debate, the CPD has stated it would implement changes to ensure both participants held the agreed upon rules. With Trump’s recent COVID diagnosis, speculation had run rampant that the CPD would try and virtualize the second debate, also allowing it a form of control with the ability to mute audio from the streams.

Shortly after the Announcement Biden’s campaign confirmed their acceptance to the new debate style, something that is seen to be greatly more beneficial to him then the President.

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