This is the moment we've all been waiting for, right? Finally, the face-off between Trump and Biden is here. We have been arguing with each other on all the social media platforms, and that’s putting it lightly. Facebook has been a battleground for supporters of each candidate, and it has gotten downright ugly at times. Tonight, the candidates themselves will battle it out.

President Donald Trump and Democratic Challenger Joe Biden will meet in their first Nationally televised debate before the November 3rd election tonight, and it promises to live up to the hype. From a distance, both candidates have been firing shots across each others bow. Tonight, its face to face. Well, at least as close to face to face as they can get. The candidates will be socially distanced from one another because of the coronavirus distancing guidelines.

This has so far been a very bitter rivalry with Biden taking an offensive stance and Trump mostly being on the defensive. Tonight, we will likely see that play out in front of us. Biden will come out firing and will likely label the president as unstable, unhinged, and more than anything else... he will probably target the presidents handling of the coronavirus pandemic. How will the president label Biden? That could be interesting. In his television spots, he is clearly trying to make Biden look confused and senile.

One thing is certain. Two major topics that will be front and center tonight will undoubtedly be the coronavirus and racial injustice. (See the topics list below)

Tonight’s debate will take place at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. It will be broadcast beginning at 9:00 PM on… ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and PBS.

The 90-minute debate will be devided into six segments of about 15 minutes each.

The topics will be:
The Trump and Biden Records, The Supreme Court, Covid-19, The Economy, Race and Violence in our Cities, The Integrity of the Election.

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