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20. 10. 2020. 00:00   >>  18:33 0


Microphones to be turned off during the next debate between Trump and Biden

The next, and last, debate between US President DonaldTrump and Democratic rival Joe Biden will include a new rule- muting the microphone of a candidate who has not received a question from the presenter so that the speakers could speak unhindered, organizers said, trying to prevent interruptions that disrupted the first debate.

Trump's campaign had objections to the change because Trump often

interrupted Biden and the moderator at last month's debate, thus violating previously agreed rules - but they said that he would still take part in the debate on Thursday night, one of the last chances to have an audience in prime time before the November 3 vote.

The Commission for the Control of Presidential Elections said that the microphones of the candidates at the debate in Nashville, Tennessee, would be silenced in order to enable both of them to speak without interruption at the beginning of every 15-minute part of the debate.

Trump's campaign leader Bill Stepien said that Trump will participate in the debate with Joe Biden "regardless of the fact that the rules were changed at the last minute in order to give an advantage to the favored candidate at the last minute."

More than 30 million Americans have already voted, thus reducing Trump's chances of changing the competition in which, according to national and state polls, he is lagging behind.

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