The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced in a statement Monday evening that President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off during portions of the final presidential debate, while each candidate will be given two minutes of uninterrupted time at the beginning of each debate segment.
President Trump plans to return back to the campaign trail on Monday after a week hiatus since testing positive for the Coronavirus, kicking off his first in-person rally in his home state of Florida.
President Trump told Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo Thursday morning that he not going to “waste my time” in participating in the upcoming second presidential debate now that it is set to become a virtual event.
Biden campaign surrogate and actress Jane Fonda on Wednesday called coronavirus “God’s gift to the left.”
The Trump campaign wants a third-party inspector to inspect both President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden ears for electronic devices or transmitters prior to Tuesday night’s presidential debate.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in an interview with MSNBC called the New York Times report on President Trump taxes a question of “national security issues,” citing owed money to foreign interests.