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US Election 2020 Debate: The two men competing for the presidency will battle it out tonight

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They’ll be challenged on their records, the pandemic, the economy, racism, violence, the Supreme Court and election integrity.

 

By Greg Milam

The two men vying for the job of US president will come face to face for the first time in the campaign tonight.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will meet on the debate stage at the Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

The two men vying for the job of US president will come face to face for the first time in the campaign tonight.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden will meet on the debate stage at the Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.

The 90-minute prime-time event is an opportunity for millions of Americans to compare the policies and personalities of the two presidential contenders who are side-by-side.

Trump has been trailing the Democrat former vice president in national polls for months but the race is showing signs of tightening in some decisive swing states.

Debate moderator Chris Wallace, a Fox News Channel host, has selected the topics. He will challenge the pair on their records, the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy, race and violence in American cities, the future of the Supreme Court and the integrity of the election.

But other subjects making the headlines – such as revelations about Trump’s tax affairs – could make an appearance.

Presidential debates have long been viewed as pivotal moments in the race for the White House. With the pandemic scuppering most traditional campaigning, this one could be especially significant.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/us-election-2020-the-two-men-competing-for-the-presidency-will-battle-it-out-tonight-12084827

 

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