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Trump and Biden Agree on First Presidential Debate Rules: Here’s What It’s Going to Look Like

Yes, it goes without saying that most Americans are incredibly interested in the upcoming November general election.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t critical pit stops on the way to that destination, and few dates are more important than June 27.
That day (a Thursday) will see incumbent President Joe Biden verbally joust with presumptive GOP presidential nominee and his immediate predecessor, former President Donald Trump.

It will be the first debate either man would’ve been a part of during this election cycle.
(Trump deemed the rest of the GOP primary candidates as being beneath him and refused to debate any of them. Biden, meanwhile, has done everything he could to avoid a debate with independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — more on him shortly.)

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