Trump, Biden may face each other on separate TV networks

Source : 112 Ukraine

With the incumbent president's reluctance to hold virtual debates with his opponent, two of the U.S. biggest TV channels willing to hold stand-alone events for each of them
15:46, 13 October 2020


On October 8, President of the U.S. Donald Trump refused to participate in the debates with the candidate from the Democratic Party Joe Biden because they were expected to be virtual. Nevertheless, it looks like there could be an epic face-off between the two candidates via two separate broadcast news channels. It was reported by The Washington Post.

ABC announced plans for a night town hall with Biden, setting up a potential showdown with NBC, which is working on a similar town hall event with the incumbent president.

Nevertheless, NBC has not yet confirmed that it will hold an event with Trump.

Related: Trump wanted to conceal his first positive test for Covid-19, - media

NBC has specific medical requirements that need to be met in order for the event to go forward,” the source familiar with the network’s plans stated.

As we reported earlier, Donald Trump is willing to donate his blood plasma for the treatment of patients with coronavirus infection.

"Yes. No one has asked me this question yet, but I am ready. If they want me to do it, I will," he stated.

According to Trump, during his treatment at the Walter Reed military medical center, he was on the antibody-based drug Regeneron, and in 24 hours he began to feel better.

Related: Trump returns to election campaign after recovering from Covid-19

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