Trump and Biden exchange personal attacks, but maintain civility in the last debate
Twelve days before the election, candidates discussed racial issues and coping with the pandemic
Donald Trump and Joe Biden clashed on Thursday night (22) in the second and last debate before the election, in a less aggressive and more controlled duel than the first meeting, at the end of September, but which was still scheduled for personal attacks and harsh criticism between the two candidates.
After a chaotic first debate, remembered for the aggressiveness and continuous interruptions, there were changes in the rules for this Thursday, including the possibility of the candidates’ microphone being turned off during the opponent’s initial two-minute response on each of the themes.
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