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Biden, Trump to hold competing prime-time town halls on Oct. 15

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Biden, Trump to hold competing prime-time town halls on Oct. 15 1

President Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden will take part in competing prime-time town halls Thursday night on what would have been the evening of their second debate.

NBC News announced Wednesday that it will hold a town hall event with Trump in Miami hosted by “TODAY” anchor Savannah Guthrie.

It will air from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. and feature Florida voters and the president outdoors at the Pérez Art Museum.

At the same time, ABC News will host a town hall meeting with Biden at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and be anchored by George Stephanopoulos.

ABC’s town hall will be broadcast from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.



NBC, noting that Trump returned to the White House last week after being treated for the coronavirus at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, produced a statement from Dr. Clifford Lane, clinical director at the National Institutes of Health, saying he and Dr. Anthony Fauci reviewed the president’s medical data and concluded “with a high degree of confidence” that the president is “not shedding infectious virus.”

Still, NBC said Guthrie will remain 12 feet apart from the president and members of the audience, who will be socially distanced and be required to wear face masks.

They will also have to answer a symptoms questionnaire and submit to a temperature check before entering the event.

ABC also said its town hall will be held in accordance with state and local government health and safety regulations.

The second presidential debate was rescheduled for Oct. 22 after the Trump campaign said it wouldn’t take part in the Oct. 15 contest because organizers wanted to hold it virtually.

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