Moderators Announced for Biden-Trump Presidential Debate

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Moderators Announced , for Biden-Trump Presidential Debate.
On May 15, President Biden and former President Trump agreed to debate each other on June 27 and Sept. 10, Politico reports. .
On May 15, President Biden and former President Trump agreed to debate each other on June 27 and Sept. 10, Politico reports. .
The first debate will air on CNN, and the second one will be shown on ABC News. .
CNN has revealed that its debate moderators will be Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.
The debate will take place in Atlanta at 9 p.m. EST.
There will be no live audience. .
The early debates come as both Biden and Trump have declined to "participate in the Commission on Presidential Debates' proposed schedule," Politico reports.
The debates will also occur before
either candidate formally accepts their respective party's nominations.
Meanwhile, the accelerated timeline will prevent
any third-party or independent candidate from potentially participating in the debates.
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