The 2020 Presidential Election is a shade over one month away, and Tuesday brings the first of three Presidential debates. That evening, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will share the debate stage in Cleveland at Case Western Reserve University with the event getting started at 9 p.m. ET.
Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate and it will be airing on multiple networks, including Fox, ABC, NBC, CBS, and PBS and on cable channels like CNN, MSNBC, CSPAN. It will be available via live stream on YouTube and is available to stream on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku. An audio version of the debate will also be broadcast on National Public Radio.
Earlier this month, the Commission on Presidential Debates released the list of topics for the first debate. The format for the first debate calls for six 15-minute time segments dedicated to the following topics:
The Trump and Biden Records
The Supreme Court
Race and Violence in our Cities
The Integrity of the Election
It’s safe to say it will not go quite this smoothly, particularly once Donald Trump’s tax returns come into the discussion.
Trump and Biden will meet for two more debates, on October 15 in Miami and October 22 in Nashville. The vice-presidential debate is October 7 in Salt Lake City.