New Delhi: 12 days before the November 3 elections, Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden are face-to-face in their final presidential debate with a microphone muzzle setup to cut off interruptions, which has been criticised by the US President as “unfair”. Also Read - Chinese Govt Advisor Calls Joe Biden 'Weak', Says 'A Democratic President Could Start Wars'
Trump’s constant interruptions during the debate last month led the Commission on Presidential Debates to announce that the microphones of the person who does not have the floor will be muted. Also Read - Russian President Vladimir Putin Says He’s Not Ready To Recognise Joe Biden As US President
The final debate is being moderated by NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker. Also Read - Trump Skips G20 Summit on Pandemic Preparedness, Later Spotted at His Golf Course: Report
Under the new rules, Trump and Biden will each have two minutes of uninterrupted time to speak at the beginning of every 15-minute segment of the debate. The commission said both campaigns have agreed to the two-minute, uninterrupted rule.
All those who are interested to watch the debate can check out live streaming on social-media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. They can also tune in to Wion live TV.