Donald Trump and Joe Biden are getting ready to engage in the election’s first Presidential Debate.
The first presidential debate of this year’s elections between Donald Trump and Joe Biden is happening tonight. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the timing is off, but the importance maybe even more significant for both candidates.
In an election year like no other, the first debate between President Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, could be a pivotal moment. The debate will offer a platform for Trump and Biden to outline their starkly different visions for the nation. https://t.co/jZVg4FdRfX
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The first presidential debate of this year and this decade is starting differently than any before. Yet, despite the circumstance around this debate, both the president and his Democratic opponent have a lot on the line.
Following his administration’s inadequate response to Coronavirus, president trump has seen a decrease in popularity in his strongest fanbases.
Conversely, Uncle Joe has done nothing to win over undecided or anti-Trump voters, even with his Pick of Kamala Harris as his VP.
Both Trump and Biden have much to gain and lose from tonight’s debate, but the country is the real loser in all of this.
What people can expect from tonight’s debate is the harsh reality of a primarily two-party system: the only choice is the choice of the lesser evil.
Is it possible that neither the sitting president nor Joe Biden is fit to lead this great country to where it needs to be?
What the debate? Then come back and let us know who you think is the best fit?