Biden campaign announces town hall after Trump rejects virtual debate


Now to the second presidential debate, it has officially been canceled. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The decision comes after the commission on Presidential Debates announced that Thursday's matchup between President Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, would be held virtually After Trump tested positive for the Corona virus. The Trump campaign says there's no medical reason to stop the upcoming debate and also called the commission biased and overlords. The president this week said he wasn't going to waste his time on a virtual debate. Democrat Joe Biden is still expected to hold a town hall event on Thursday. The commission says the final presidential debate will be held on October 22nd in Nashville. President Trump is expected to return to the campaign trail on Monday.

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