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The First Presidential Debate Between Biden and Trump Could Change Everything

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The inaugural 2024 presidential debate is scheduled to take place in Atlanta on Thursday between President Joe Biden and Former President Donald Trump. This momentous occasion will be remembered by Biden, 81, and Trump, 78, as the first debate between a current president and a former president in American history.

What to anticipate:

  • When: Thursday, June 27 at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
  • Location: Atlanta-based cable network studios.
  • Presenters: Dana Bash and Jake Tapper, co-hosts of CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Important Modifications and Guidelines:

  • Absence of a live audience helps to keep the candidates’ remarks front and center and minimizes distractions.
  • When a candidate’s turn to speak does not come, the microphones will be silenced.
  • No Prewritten Notes: You may only bring a bottle of water, a pen, and a pad of paper.
  • Positions at the lectern: Trump will be on the left, and Biden will be on the right. No opening remarks are permitted.
  • Closing Remarks: Based on a coin flip, Trump will say the last word.

The Moderators’ Method:

In order to maintain a polite conversation, Tapper and Bash are obliged to rigidly follow the debate rules. Both have taken issue with Trump’s remarks at a recent rally and have denounced his disruptions during the 2020 debates. Their meticulous verification of facts and discerning evaluation of both contenders are well-known.

Upcoming discussions:

  • Second Debate: David Muir and Linsey Davis will moderate the event, which is set for September 10 and will be anchored by ABC News.
  • Potential Third Debate: Although no new dates have been announced, Trump has shown his desire in participating in more debates.

How to View:

Watch this possibly revolutionary conversation occur on Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on major news networks.

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