US presidential election second debate cancelled!
This is very rare! The US presidential election second debate was cancelled.
The Commission on Presidential Debates announced that the second presidential election debate, originally scheduled for the 15th, has been confirmed to be cancelled. The agency will prepare wholeheartedly for the third debate scheduled to be held on the 22nd in Tennessee.
The 59th U.S. Presidential Election in 2020 will be held on November 3, 2020. The statement stated that both Trump and Biden’s campaign teams had announced new plans on the same day that the US presidential election second debate was scheduled on the 15th.
The agency said that there would be no debate on the 15th and the committee would turn its attention to preparing for the last presidential debate on the 22nd. Previously, a non-profit organization supported by both parties, the US Presidential Debate Committee stated on the 8th that it would change the format of the US presidential election second debate originally planned on the 15th, so that the two candidates can participate in a debate online.
The primaries for the presidents of all parties are held from February 2020 to June 2020. The nomination process adopts indirect elections. After voters vote to elect representatives of each party, they elect the president and vice president candidates of each party at the nomination conference.
Subsequently, Trump said in an interview that the format of online debate was “unacceptable.” Many Republican congressmen and politicians have also criticized the Committee for favoring Democrats and Biden through Twitter.
Earlier, there were voices that Biden would suffer in the face of the Trump debate and the first debate between the two was difficult to maintain due to the on-site discipline, which surprised many people.
Democratic candidates are contested by 29 major candidates, which is the largest number of party candidates after the political reform in the United States. The winner of the 2020 presidential election is scheduled to take office on January 20, 2021.
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