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Trump team asked to adjust the theme of the second presidential candidate debate: should focus on diplomacy

Trump held a 60-second "shortest press conference" and left in the voice of follow-up

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden exchange points during their first presidential debate Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool)

Trump team asked to adjust the theme of the second presidential candidate debate: should focus on diplomacy

Trump team asked to adjust the theme of the second presidential candidate debate: should focus on diplomacy

The campaign team of US President and Republican candidate Trump wrote to the US Presidential Debate Committee on the 19th

requesting that the topic of the debate on October 22 be focused on foreign policy.

According to a report from the “Capitol Hill” on the 19th, Trump campaign manager Bill Stepin wrote to the US Presidential

Debate Committee on the same day and raised objections to the theme of

the debate announced by the Presidential Debate Committee. 

Stig said: “According to the’long-term practice’ and the previous commitments of the

Presidential Debate Committee, we had expected that foreign policy would be the central topic of the debate on October 22.

We urge the committee to readjust the topic.”

disconnect Biden from his past

Stig also accused the Democratic candidate Biden in his letter of “shitting away from talking about

foreign policy.” He said the committee is trying to “change the course of the second

and final debate” in order to “disconnect Biden from his past.” .

In response, Biden’s campaign claimed that the host’s choice of debate topics was an “agreement reached in advance”

between the campaign teams and the debate committee of the two parties, and that the Trump campaign was “liing” to avoid the Trump administration’s response to the ncorona virus. “Catastrophic”

response to the epidemic. Biden’s campaign spokesman Ducklow said: “As always, Trump cares more about the rules of the debate than how to help a country in crisis.”

This video taken in Arlington, Virginia, USA on September 29 shows US President Trump (left) and US Democratic presidential candidate Biden participating in the first TV show of the 2020 US presidential candidates in Cleveland, Ohio debate. Xinhua News Agency Information Map

According to previous reports, when Trump was infected with the coronavirus and the two sides of the campaign could not reach an agreement, the second presidential debate originally scheduled to be held on October 15 was cancelled.

 The second and final debate will be held on the 22nd at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.

It will be hosted by Christine Welk of NBC. The topic of the debate will be “Fighting the New Coronavirus.” “American Family”, “American Race”, “Climate Change”, “National Security” and “Leadership”.

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