The second presidential debate among President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden has been canceled.
In a press release on Friday, the Commission on Presidential Debates began the cancellation.
It noted that the alternative adopted the October 15 “alternative plans” announcements by each candidate’s marketing campaign organizations.
After Trump’s analysis of the COVID-19, the CDP noted that it was determined to “talk almost to the health and safety of all concerned”.
The president immediately reacted and in a conversation with Fox Information, he said, that he would not waste his time with a virtual debate.
His marketing campaign organization later mentioned that if he moved the date every week, it would be part of the proposal proposed by Biden’s marketing campaign.
The study quoted sources as saying that Trump has scheduled a schedule of his private city corridor for the night of 15 October.
Biden, in his own half, agreed to participate in the ABC Information City corridor in Philadelphia on an equal date.
The CDP noted: “It is now clear that there can be no debate on October 15, and the CPD will focus on preparations for the final presidential debate to be held on October 22.”
‘Health is subject to safety concerns, and according to all required testing, masking, social disturbances, and various protocols, Tennessee will take place at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee’.
‘Introduced on June 23, this talk can be divided into six 15-minute segments’.
‘The six-section topics can be chosen by the moderator and earlier than a week before the debate’.
Kristen Welker of NBC News will act as a moderator for the debate. Each candidate has agreed to participate in the October 22 debate. “