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The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is actually in-person, in front of a relatively small audience at the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland Ohio. Fox New's Chris Wallace is the moderator.
They are doing multiple 15-minutes segments, covering these topics among others:
The Trump and Biden Records
The Supreme Court
Race and Violence in our Cities
Integrity of the Election
Will be interesting to see as Chris Wallace interviewed Donald Trump recently and really pushed him hard on a lot of issues that you might expect a Fox News interviewer to let him skate on.
So given that, I am actually really intrigued by Wallace moderating this first debate and expect it to be an interesting watch. The audience is only about 200, so hopefully they aren't much a factor and Biden and Trump can really be forced to answer some difficult questions in a more straight forward way.
Given the recent passing of RBG, no doubt the Supreme Court issue will be contentious. As will the race and violence section. I think those have the greatest opportunity to be talked about the most after this airs.
Post thoughts before, during and after.