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Debate Agreements

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Biden and Trump agree to presidential debates in June and September. Biden challenges Trump to two debates, while Trump accepts. Details of the debates could be challenging. Biden won't participate in nonpartisan commission debates, proposing two Trump debates instead.

Left-leaning sources are eagerly anticipating a potential presidential debate showdown between Biden and Trump, viewing it as a thrilling clash of political titans poised to energize the electorate.

Excitement and anticipation for the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden shows a critical perspective from right-leaning sources, highlighting the significance of the event and potential impact.

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Former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden have agreed to participate in presidential debates in June and September. The first debate is scheduled to take place in June, and the second one in September, as stated by the two candidates [1]. The two contenders are set to face off in a June debate. This will be the first time President Biden and Trump have agreed to a televised debate since both participated in a June debate earlier [2]. Although both the President and Trump agreed to the debates, a second debate, not involving them, was recently announced by the Commission on Presidential Debates [3].

The potential debates between Trump and Biden have garnered attention. Whoopi Goldberg recently mentioned the debate offering that would include the two candidates [4]. The exact details of when and where the debates will take place indicate that candidates have initially agreed on a June debate, which is likely to happen at the University of Utah [5]. However, there have been suggestions in some corners about the physical conditions of the candidates, questioning their "infirmity," especially relating to a potential in-person event [6].

Furthermore, Virginia State University has been proposed as a location for one of the debates between the two candidates [7]. Moderators for the debates have been discussed, notably with CNN being suggested as a host for the first debate in June [8]. President Trump has responded to a CNN debate proposal with a three-word acceptance [9]. The confirmed debate date is June 27 [10]. President Biden has also extended an invitation to debate to Trump in a series of videos and challenges [11].

Although there have been confirmations from various sources regarding the debates between the two candidates, further details are said to be challenging to work out [12]. Discussions are ongoing to finalize precise details for the debates, with the support of various networks like CNN [13]. Both camps have come to an agreement, but challenges surrounding the specifics of the debates remain [14].

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Virality Score 6.4
Change in Rank +54
Thread Age 8 days
Number of Articles 47

Political Leaning

Left 50.0%
Center 23.3%
Right 26.7%

Regional Coverage

US 93.5%
Non-US 6.5%