The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua
The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua

politico | Debates commission says it will try to add more order to Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s remaining showdowns

  • Format changes sought after US president repeatedly interrupted Democratic opponent and moderator with baseless claims
  • Trump attacked Biden’s family, while Biden called Trump a racist and clown and told him to ‘shut up’

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua
The first 2020 presidential debate between Donald Trump (left) and Joe Biden drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties. Photo: Xinhua
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