It has been a chaotic and, more often than not, contentious election year. Donald Trump and Joe Biden, alongside their respective running mates, Mike Pence and Kamala Harris, have spent the last few months ramping up their presidential campaigns, and in that time, Americans have probably seen enough debates and town halls to last a lifetime.
All of the debates of the 2020 presidential election are officially behind us, as are a number of town hall events. On Oct. 22, President Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, faced off in a debate for the second and final time. Trump and Biden first faced each other
Following the Democratic National Convention and Republican National Convention, which solidified the nominations for the 2020 presidential election, it’s now time for the next big event in the 2020 general election: the presidential debates between President Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic challenger. Although some research shows that debates don’t have