Second presidential debate thwarts debate, Trump says he 'won't waste my time'

The Presidential Debate Commission announced Thursday morning that a second debate between former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump would be virtual.


Second presidential debate thwarts debate, Trump says he 'won't waste my time'

However, shortly after the announcement of the change, Trump said he would refuse to be interviewed’ by the FOX business.


Trump said Thursday morning. "..." No, I'm not going to waste my time on virtual discussion. "


The Biden campaign said Thursday morning that the former vice president would take part in the virtual event.


"Vice President Biden is looking forward to talking directly to the American people and comparing his plan to bring the country together and to better build on Donald Trump's failed leadership on the corona virus, which has caused great depression." The strongest economy since then has been inherited, "the campaign said in a statement to ABC News on Thursday.


Instead of participating in the debate, the Trump campaign said it would hold a rally.


A statement from the campaign said, "The opportunity for voters to see both candidates go head-to-head can be easily achieved without canceling Biden's bail and holding a rally instead." We will go through a tragic excuse, "said one campaigner. Thursday morning statement.


Biden's camp reiterated that the move proves that Trump cares only for himself, not for the safety of others, an aide told ABC News.


The designated town hall format will remain for discussion on October 15, but the CPD said that "in order to protect the health and safety of all, candidates will participate from far away from different places.


As previously planned, Steve Scully will still be with moderator Steve Scully at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.


Trump told Fox that he was not notified of the changes before his announcement.


After Trump's positive COVID-19 diagnosis last week, the next debate came at a time when the president needed to be hospitalized’ at Walter Reed Medical Center. Trump returned to the White House on Monday.


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