Foreword by Alan Greenspan Former administration officials say it’s no surprise that the Trump campaign is holding its presidential debate on Oct15.
The campaign of the Trump administration has refused to participate in the next debate on Nov19, and the Trump campaign and the Republican National Committee are refusing even to participate in the next one in Cleveland.
The Cleveland debate is scheduled to be held on Oct15, but the date has been changed to Oct.
22“We are almost certain that the Cleveland debate would be held on the date the Cleveland voters approved of the President’s reelection campaign,” said former Obama administration officials.
Trump and Biden do not yet know when they’ll face off in ClevelandA pair of state Democratic senators are planning to stage a “last-minute” challenge to the president’s re-election.
The Trump campaign has said they will not give a timeline on the 2020 electionBut the Trump administration has put its plan for a “last-minute” response on hold until at least the debate, which would be Cleveland and the candidate’s last chance to debate in a major city before the election on Nov.
3Biden’s campaign said on Oct.
22 that he would not be taking part in the next presidential debate if the GOP nomination is not fair to himA Cleveland Clinic spokesman, meanwhile, said on Oct.
22 that the Republican National Committee would not be hosting a “last-minute” challenge to Roe vWade.
The Cleveland Clinic, which hosted the event, is a long-time Republican group that has hosted a number of their own U.Spresidential candidates, including Sen.
Ted Cruz of Texas and former GovRick Perry.
The GOP previously held a similar event over the summer in Austin, Texas, hosted by former Gov. Ron Johnson.