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What To Expect At Thursday Night's Debate Between President Trump and Former VP Joe Biden

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What To Expect At Thursday Night's Debate Between President Trump and Former VP Joe Biden

What To Expect At Thursday Night's Debate Between President Trump and Former VP Joe Biden

Plexiglass dividers were seen being put into place ahead of tonight's debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

Also keeping the two separate—a mute button that will give each candidate 2 uninterrupted minutes to speak at the start of each topic.


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