Republican candidate Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden will debate each other for the second time on Thursday.
It is therefore also the last live debate between the two presidential candidates in the run-up to the US elections on November 3.
Initially, three debates were planned. The first debate was chaotic. The men repeatedly exchanged insults, and President Trump regularly interrupted his opponent. The second moment that the candidates would meet was cancelled.
Trump was infected with the coronavirus and saw nothing in a virtual debate. That is why both candidates organized a question time on television, which was broadcast simultaneously.
The second live TV debate will take place at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. To avoid repetition of moves, the organizers will mute one candidate’s microphone when the other is speaking.
Trump has indicated that he disagrees. He also expressed his dissatisfaction with the topics on the agenda. He wants to talk about foreign policy, but the topics of discussion are national security, the fight against the coronavirus, American families, racism in America, climate change and leadership.