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Upcoming Presidential Debate Between Biden and Trump Breaks With Tradition

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Upcoming Presidential Debate Between Biden and Trump Breaks With Tradition

Upcoming Presidential Debate Between Biden and Trump Breaks With Tradition

Upcoming Presidential Debate , Between Biden and Trump, Breaks With Tradition.

Upcoming Presidential Debate , Between Biden and Trump, Breaks With Tradition.

On June 27, President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will meet in the first presidential debate of 2024 in Atlanta.

On June 27, President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump will meet in the first presidential debate of 2024 in Atlanta.

NPR reports that the debate marks the beginning of a new phase in the presidential election, with less than five months until Election Day on November 5.

According to the latest NPR/PBS News/Marist polls, Biden and Trump are nearly tied following a month-long trend of national surveys with the same results.

According to the latest NPR/PBS News/Marist polls, Biden and Trump are nearly tied following a month-long trend of national surveys with the same results.

Breaking with campaign tradition, the debate comes months earlier than usual, following a set of rules agreed to by candidates and without a live audience.

The event is scheduled to start at 9 p.m.

ET and is expected to run for 90 minutes.

CNN's Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will moderate the event, which will take place at the network's Atlanta studio.

CNN's Jake Tapper and Dana Bash will moderate the event, which will take place at the network's Atlanta studio.

The presidential debate will also be available on CNN and the Max streaming platform.

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The presidential debate will also be available on CNN and the Max streaming platform.

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NPR reports that presidential debates have traditionally occurred in front of a live audience and are coordinated by the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).

However, both Biden and Trump have said they will not participate in the CPD's planned debates, pushing for earlier face offs ahead of the election.

However, both Biden and Trump have said they will not participate in the CPD's planned debates, pushing for earlier face offs ahead of the election.

The second debate is scheduled for September and will be hosted by ABC News


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