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By Catholic Vote, May 15, 2024

CV NEWS FEED // President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on Wednesday agreed to a pair of debates: one to be held next month, and the other in September.

The June 27 debate will air on CNN, while the September 10 debate will air on ABC News.

The agreement ends months of speculation over whether the two candidates would agree to any debates with each other before the November 5 election.

The June CNN debate is slated to be the “earliest general-election debate in modern history,” The New York Times’ Jonathan Swan and Maggie Haberman reported Wednesday. “Both Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden believe firmly that if the American people get a look at their opponent on a debate stage they will be less likely to vote for them.” …

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