Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said Tuesday he would oppose taking part in his second debate with Donald Trump next week if the president still suffers from Covid-19.
“I don’t think we should have a debate if he’s still cold,” Binen, a former U.S. vice president, told reporters on his return from Gettysburg.
The first of three presidential debates between Biden and Trump took place on September 29. The second debate is scheduled for October 15 in Miami and the last for October 22 in Nashville, Tennessee. Biden said they must follow very strict guidelines.
“A lot of people have been infected. This is a very serious problem, so I will be guided by the Cleveland Clinic guidelines and the docs that tell me to do it right.”
“I’m not sure what President Trump is at the moment. I don’t know what his position is. I’m hoping to be able to argue with him, but I hope all protocols are in place,” Biden said. Will be followed. “
Trump said in a tweet on Tuesday that he was looking forward to the debate. “I’m looking forward to the debate in Miami on Thursday evening, October 15. That would be great!” The President said.
Vice-President debate between Indian-origin Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence in Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday.
“I think what they’re doing during the Harris debate, I’ve been told, I don’t really know, they’re using Pixiglass, and they’re following the Cleveland Clinic.” Biden explained. Reporter in response to a question.