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Trump and Biden go face-to-face with voters in separate City Corridor occasions after canceled second debate


IN COMPETING city halls on Thursday evening, President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden fielded robust questions and spoke principally about themselves reasonably than their opponent.

Trump once more tried to defend his coronavirus response, but additionally admitted that he could not have taken a check for the virus on the day of the primary presidential debate.

Biden was pressed on whether or not he believes in packing the court docket, and answered he’s “not a fan,” earlier than saying that he’ll reveal his stance after seeing how Decide Amy Coney Barrett’s affirmation performs out.

The Biden and Trump city halls aired on the similar time on ABC and NBC respectively, after the second presidential debate was canceled over Trump’s refusal to take part in a digital showdown with Biden.

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