Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Kamala Harris will face each other for the first time in the Vice President’s televised debate on Wednesday.
There were some questions about whether the debate would continue after Donald Trump’s Coronavirus Diagnosis.
However, the debate is expected to continue – with some additional security measures.
Vice President Mike Pence and Joe Biden’s Vice Senator Kamala Harris will meet in Salt Lake City on October 7th, moderated by Susan Page, USA Today Washington Bureau director, from 2:00 a.m. in the UK.
Candidates have two minutes to answer nine questions asked by the moderator.
Pence and Harris will sit on stage more than 3.7 m apart, further than the originally agreed 2 m.
And there is a dispute over whether there should be plexiglass shades between the two candidates.
At this point, the pence warehouse is reportedly pushing against the idea of having an extra screen on the side.
The debate will be broadcast live on all major news channels including BBC News and Sky News, as well as CNN, which is available on Sky TV in the UK.