Biden Campaign: Kamala Harris to Face Off Against Trump's VP Pick in CBS Debate This Summer

The Biden campaign announced on Thursday that Vice President Kamala Harris has accepted an invitation from CBS News to debate former President Donald Trump's choice for vice president this summer.

Just before to the start of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee on July 15, Trump is anticipated to reveal his running partner. In an effort to persuade the Trump campaign to accept one of the dates for his potential vice presidential choice, Harris' team informed the network that she would participate in an in-studio debate on Tuesday, July 23 or Tuesday, August 13. The Trump campaign remained silent for a while.

The declaration follows President Joe Biden and President Trump's agreement to participate in two debates this summer, which CNN will broadcast on June 27 and ABC on September 10.

The Biden campaign made the demand that the debates not be held in front of live audiences, which played a significant role in its decision to forgo using the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, which had hosted every general election debate for the presidency and vice presidency since 1988.


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