Trump-Biden’s first presidential debate will be held on September 29


Washington: Presidential Debate on September 29 will be the first official presidential debate between US President Donald Trump and Democratic Party rival Joe Biden. In the US, there will be three such arguments between Trump and Biden before the elections on November 3.

Famous anchor Chris Wallas of Fox News will conduct the first debate. ‘C-SPAN Networks’ Steve Scully will conduct the second debate in Miami (Florida) on October 15 and Kristen Welker of ‘NBC News’ in Nashville (Tennessee) on October 20. Vice President Mike Pence (61) and Vice Presidential Democratic candidate Kamala Harris (55) will hold a debate on October 7 for the vice presidential race in Salt Lake, Utah.

‘USA Today’ journalist Susan Page will conduct it. All four debates are organized by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CBD). These debates will be of 90 minutes. In August, the CPD turned down the Trump campaign team’s request to hold a presidential debate in early September. Trump on Sunday told reporters that former New Jersey governor Chris Christie and former New York Mayor Rudy Gilliani were helping him prepare for the debate.

Earlier in the day, Trump tweeted and demanded Biden’s drug test before the debate. He tweeted, “I demand to have Joe Biden’s” drug test “before or after the debate. I am certainly willing to do this. His performance in the debate has always been uneven. Only drugs can cause these discrepancies. “

In response to a question at a press conference, Trump once again reiterated Biden’s demand for a ‘drug test’ before the debate. He said that he will also get it done. Trump said, “I am willing to do a drug test”. I think he should do it too… He has been very inconsistent… You know what I am talking about. If you have seen some of those arguments, I would say that there is no way that this can be continued.

They can’t continue it. ” Biden has not yet reacted to Trump’s comments. Meanwhile, more than 70 members of Congress have written to the CPD, appealing to make climate change a matter of debate. The presidential debate was first held in the US on 26 September 1960.