The first Presidential Debate will take place on the 29th of September 2020. Donald Trump and Joe Biden will face off, and then there will be no commercials aired during the Debate. The Debate will be live broadcasted on Major channels like CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN, and many more. We have all the details curated about how you can watch the First Presidential debate and when it will be aired, and where to watch.
How and where to watch the First Presidential Debate 2020?
The first Presidential Debate will air on the 29th of September 2020 at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. The Debate will be broadcasted on all major news channels. The timings for its schedule is 9 pm ET, and it will air for 90 minutes straight. The news channels will not air any commercials between the Debate, and many will provide the Debate’s online streaming. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, C-SPAN, PBS, and Univision are the channels where the Debate will be aired. C-SPAN also has a Youtube channel where they might probably air the Debate online. Along with that, there are also free service providers, Vidgo and Sling, that also has a variety of channels that will air the Debate.
What are the topics for the first presidential Debate?
The first Presidential Debate will be between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Everyone is aware that Trump has made many low remarks on Biden, and he will have to prove his statements false. The Debate is sure going to take an ugly turn, but let us look at the Debate topics. The Debate will be broken down into 15 minutes of segments, and each segment will cover a different topic. However, it is unclear what specific issues will cover, but we will find out pretty soon. These topics are selected by Chris Wallace of Fox news. The topics for the Debate are mentioned below.
– The Trump and Biden Records
-The Supreme Court
-Race and Violence in our Cities
-The Integrity of the Election
Will, there be a 2nd Presidential debate, and when will it air?
Yes, there will be 2nd Presidential Debate, and it will air on the 15th of October at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, in Miami, Florida. The final Debate will follow soon after the second Presidential Debate is completed. All the eyes are currently on the first Debate that will quickly take over the news with any commercial breaks. Tune into the channels mentioned above to witness the first presidential debate 2020 between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.