US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP

Second US presidential debate between Trump and Biden officially cancelled

  • The Commission on Presidential Debates confirmed it will now focus on preparations for the final debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden
  • Trump said he has stopped taking coronavirus medication and will resume campaigning, with a weekend event at the White House and a rally in Florida

Topic |   US Presidential Election 2020
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will not be having a virtual debate, but Trump’s campaign said he would happily go head-to-head with Biden without the involvement of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Photo: AP
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