Ready to argue with Biden despite Trump’s “unfair” rule changes

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US President Donald Trump confirmed his involvement in a debate with his rival Joe Biden this week. Previously, he had opposed the “unfair” changes made to the rules for debate among presidential candidates.

 

Washington: US President Donald Trump confirmed his involvement in a debate this week with his rival Joe Biden. Previously, he opposed “unfair” changes to the rules for debate among presidential candidates.

is the candidate for president of the Democratic Party Biden. Republican candidate Donald Trump (74) and his Democratic rival Joe Biden (

) The final debate between 22 is scheduled for October at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Before the final debate among the presidential candidates in the United States, the Commission for the conduct of debates (CPD) announced new rules. Based on this, the microphones of the rival speakers will be turned off for two minutes so that the candidate presenting his part can start his speech smoothly.

Trump told reporters on “Air Force One” on Monday: “I’ll run, I think that’s quite unfair.” He said: “I will run, but it is quite unfair That the arguments have changed and it is also very unfair that we will once again have completely biased” anchors “. Trump was responding to a question about changing the rules of the debate. Trump’s campaign manager Bill Stephen wrote a letter to CPD on Monday, raising concerns about new topics. The third and final debate will be led by NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker.

 

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