World breaking news today (October 9): Trump won't do next debate after it goes virtual
World breaking news today (October 9): Trump won't do next debate after it goes virtual. Meanwhile, the highrise fire in South Korea, Chile keeps eyes on Chinese fishing fleet along South American Coast and gold price also make headlines today.
President Donald Trump said Thursday he would not take part in the next presidential debate with former Vice President Joe Biden after it was moved to a virtual format because of COVID-19 safety concerns, USA Today reported.
It would leave the president and Biden just one more debate before Election Day on Nov. 3.
Trump's decision set off a furious back and forth between the two campaigns on the debate schedule and formats, culminating with Biden scheduling his own televised town hall for Oct. 15, the night of the previously scheduled second of three debates. Trump won't be present.
The Commission on Presidential Debates announced Thursday morning the next debate would be remote to "protect the health and safety of all involved" after Trump's positive COVID-19 diagnosis and the subsequent White House outbreak.
World breaking news today (June 16): Joe Biden issues a stern warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Meanwhile, social media says happy birthday to Donald Trump, China sends record 28 fighter jets toward Taiwan and gold price also make headlines today.
World breaking news today (June 15): French company speaks out about the risk of radiation leakage in China. Meanwhile, Joe Biden was corrected by Boris Johnson at G7 summit, Stoltenberg says China poses security challenges and gold price also make headlines today.
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