Commission on Presidential Debates is looking into changes for remaining debates

Commission on Presidential Debates is looking into changes for remaining debates

WASHINGTON — It was a debate no one will soon forget.

America watched as the debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden had frequent interruptions, cross-talk and name calling in Cleveland, Ohio this week.

Now, the Commission on Presidential Debates is looking into changes that it hopes will make the remaining presidential debates more organized … and more enjoyable to watch.

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The Commission has not outlined exactly what changes we will see, but says that it wants to provide additional structure “to ensure a more orderly discussion of the issues.”

The next debate is scheduled for Oct. 15 in Miami, Florida.

The town hall will be moderated by C-Span journalist Steve Scully and there will be questions from voters.

The third and final presidential debate is set for Oct. 22 in Nashville, Tennessee.

But first, the vice-presidential candidates will face off next week at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

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