2020 presidential election in the United States: here are the six topics of the first Biden-Trump debate

Steph Deschamps / September 23, 2020

 

The Covid-19 pandemic, the Supreme Court, the economy, "race issues and violence" will be among the six topics that will be debated by US presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden in their first televised duel on September 29 , announced the moderator on Tuesday.

 

The 90-minute debate also touches on "Trump's and Biden's records" as well as "the integrity of the ballot" on Nov. 3, Fox News reporter Chris Wallace said.

 

The first of three debates between the Republican president and the Democratic candidate for the White House will be held in Cleveland, Ohio, a pivotal state, which often switches from party to party.

 

This choice of topics may change depending on "the development of the news," said Chris Wallace, a respected journalist. He said he was revealing the list in advance in order to "encourage substantive discussions on the dominant issues facing the country. »

 

Unhappy candidate for the Democratic primary against Joe Biden, billionaire Tom Steyer lamented that climate change is not on this list.

 

" This is unacceptable. The climate crisis cannot be ignored, ”he tweeted. The other two presidential debates are scheduled for October 15 and 22, respectively in Miami, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee.

 

Republican Vice President Mike Pence will face Joe Biden’s running mate, Senator and former prosecutor Kamala Harris, on October 7 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

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