White supremacy and his own debts were questions President Trump had to face at a town hall.
It wasn’t as combative as the first presidential debate, but Thursday’s competing town halls between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden had plenty of tense moments.
The candidates were originally scheduled to square off in a town hall debate on this day in Miami. But the Commission on Presidential Debates last week announced the debate would be held virtually due to the president’s COVID-19 diagnosis on Oct. 1. The debate was eventually canceled.
Instead, both candidates scheduled televised town halls, Trump on NBC, Biden on ABC.
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