Watching the First Presidential Debate At Home

Written by Jason Kritzberg on September 23, 2020

Next Tuesday, September 29, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will go head to head in the first of a series of high-stakes debates. There will be an additional two presidential debates after the first, scheduled to go live on October 15 and October 22. So mark your calendars, grab your popcorn, and find the best seat in the house (your couch) to witness the history go down!

Candidates Participating in Debates:

Vice President Mike Pence
Senator Kamala Harris

What Will the Presidential Debates Include?

The presidential debate, live from 9pm to 10:30pm EST, will be moderated by Chris Wallace, host of “Fox News Sunday”. After the first presidential debate, there will be one vice-president debate on October 7th which will be moderated by Susan Page, the Washington bureau chief for USA Today. The second debate on October 15 will be moderated by Steve Scully, the political editor of C-SPAN. Unlike the other debates, it will be held in a town hall format, with members of the public asking questions. The third and final debate will will be held Oct. 22 at Belmont University, in Nashville. The debate will be moderated by Kristen Welker, NBC News’ White House correspondent.

These presidential debates will be no-hold, no-barred political battles. Each candidate will have a certain time length to educate, and potentially sway, listeners to support their individualized beliefs and what they will try to achieve as President of the United States. While many candidates over the years have spent quite a bit of time prepping for presidential debates, President Trump has indicated he will not do so! He has said his work at the White House prepares him for the debates. Biden has said he doesn’t want to “get baited into a brawl” with Trump, but that he’ll be ready for tough and personal attacks, while trying to fact-check the president on policy.

Where Can I Watch the Debates?

The debates will be live on every major news channel on each specific night. You can watch the debates either on ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, CNN, Fox News, MSNBC and/or C-SPAN. You will also be able to watch live streams via YouTube! However you watch, grab your family and take your cozy seat in the living room to tune into the debates live to see who will take the W as President in 2020. If you are looking for a larger and more comfortable space to watch the debates live with your family, contact your local trusted realtor, Stephen White, today so he can get you into your new home before the debates begin!

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