Updated 11:00 PM ET, Thu October 22, 2020
With Election Day less than two weeks away, President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, debated each other for the last time Thursday night.
This was supposed to be the third meeting between the two candidates, but the second was canceled after Trump tested positive for Covid-19 and refused to take part in a virtual debate. The two held dueling town halls instead.
Thursday night’s debate took place in Nashville, Tennessee, and was moderated by NBC’s Kristen Welker.
Because the first debate quickly descended into a glorified shouting match, the Commission on Presidential Debates instituted an unprecedented change this time around: The candidates had their microphones cut off while their opponent responded to the first question of each of the debate’s six segments.
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