• 20/07/2024 05:06

Major US media called on Biden and Trump to hold a debate

Major US media organizations called on American President Joe Biden and his successor Donald Trump, who thrusting his candidacy for the national elections, before the debates are held.

RBC-Ukraine reports about this via ABC News.

ABC News has reached a joint group of five leading new broadcast and cable news channels, as well as major television, affiliated and radio companies, which have written a letter of encouragement for the presidential candidates to publicly take on the challenge TV's fate debates ahead of the upcoming elections.

Around ABC News, the sheet before the politicians was signed by:

  • CBS News,
  • CNN,
  • NBCUniversal News Group,
  • FOX News Media,
  • and The Associated Press,
  • C-SPAN,
  • NewsNation,
  • Noticias Univision (Univision Network News),
  • NPR,
  • PBS NewsHour,
  • USA TODAY.

“Looking at the fact that the contours of the 2024 elections are becoming clearer, we – the national new organizations that have signed up below – are calling on the most likely candidates for the president to publicly take on their challenges” “It’s my duty to take our fate from the ignorant forward election debates before the leaf-fall elections,” – go on the list.

This unimportant period of development during the election cycle, during which time the practice of debate was restricted due to the inconsistency of both President Joe Biden and the former President Donald Trump.

Vibori in the USA

Guess what, the US presidential election is scheduled for November 5, 2024. According to forecasts, the leading candidate among the Democrats will be the venerable American leader Joe Biden.

Among the Republicans, besides Donald Trump, the US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Gaile took part in the race, but the birch crops came out of the race.< /p>

3 It was reported that, based on surveys conducted by The New York Times and the College of Siena, in a hypothetical rematch, Trump leads Biden by five points.

And 5 Bereznia Biden and Trump won the national party elections in most states. The candidates changed their minds for a historic revenge in the late elections in November, regardless of the low ratings of their popularity.

As The Economist writes, based on average polling data, Biden is ready to be supported by 45% of voters, Trump – 44%. As of now, the chances of both candidates look approximately equal.

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