In the wake of the US presidential election on Thursday night, the second debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will be through TV. After Trump was hit by the coronavirus, the organizers decided to hold the face-to-face debate online for the presidency.
The second debate between US President Donald Trump and his rival Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden will take place through television rather than face to face. On Thursday night, both leaders will face public questions on different TV channels. Trump will be on the NBC channel from Miami,
At the same time, Biden will be seen on ABC from Philadelphia. After Trump was hit by the Corona virus, the organizers decided to hold the presidential presidential debate online, after which Trump denied it. Trump supported the original plan to have a face-to-face debate.
As campaigning is gaining momentum in the last week, both candidates are also paying full attention to other election related needs. In view of this, Trump held a rally in North Carolina on Thursday afternoon, while Biden accelerated the campaign to raise funds through an online program. At the same time, Trump is putting full emphasis in securing the support of voters even in areas where he was earlier believed to be in his favor. He supports voters and large industries in a state like Iowa.
Trump won overwhelming support from Iowa voters in the last presidential election, but this time Biden is giving him a tough fight in the region. While addressing business personalities, Trump claimed on Wednesday morning that his leadership is the best option for strengthening the economy. On the other hand, Biden campaigned online for election funding from Wilmington, Delaware, and, in the meantime, accused Trump of misusing power to end a health law brought by Obama.