US President Trump has been confirmed to be infected with the Coronavirus, and it is known that the presidential elections will take place next month, so debates will be held between Trump and his Biden counterpart.  A debate was already held last week, so what about the next debate ... 

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader in the Senate, proposes to complete the debates between Trump and Biden from a distance


“The significance of these debates for both candidates”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pointed out the significance of these debates for both candidates; this is what prompted the leader, Mitch McConnell, to suggest that the discussions be completed electronically, explaining that most things are being managed from the Internet during this crisis.  This was Friday in the council. 


“President Trump and Biden's opinion on this proposal”

So far, President Trump has not indicated what he would like to do, and whether or not he will continue his hypothetical discussion.  The date of the scheduled discussion is October 15, that is, after the end of the quarantine period for President Trump in the event that he recovers from the disease, perhaps this is what makes Trump, not in a hurry to complete the discussions electronically.  As for Biden, he did not comment on the matter.

This is in addition to the fixed date of the Vice President’s debate scheduled for next week.

The competition has intensified now between Biden and US President Trump, and the health of both of them has played a major and important role in determining the popularity of both of them.  In the first debate, Trump was verbally superior to Biden;  this may have stemmed from his experience with such discussions.  So the majority are now looking to see whether President Trump will be able to complete his dominance if the discussions are followed up electronically, as suggested by the Senate majority leader.