30 senators-democrats want to include the issue of overcoming climate change in the debate
Exactly five weeks are left until the U.S. presidential election, in which the 46th time the head of the U.S. administration is to be elected, and the main competitors in the struggle for the top post вЂ” Donald Trump and Joe Biden вЂ” will finally have a face-to-face debate.
The debate will be held on September 29, reports the Voice of America.
Trump and Biden will talk about the results of their work in high offices, the appointment of a U.S. Supreme Court judge, COVID-19, economics, race issues, and violence in U.S. cities, as well as the protection of the electoral process. And more than thirty Democrat senators signed a letter calling for the debate to include the issue of climate change as well.
Candidates have chosen different strategies to prepare for the debate, AR reports. Trump doesn't plan to prepare on purpose, but he noticed on Sunday that former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani and Republican politician Chris Christie are helping him prepare. Biden's campaign headquarters said the candidate was preparing for the debate. Bill Bauer, Biden's advisor, and former White House lawyer play the role of Trump in the preparation, AR reported citing sources.
The debate will begin at 21:00 Washington time and will last 90 minutes; each candidate will receive 15 minutes to argue on each of the items.
The first presidential debate will take place at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.