Washington - The US President Donald Trump arrived on Thursday for last debate with his Democratic electoral rival Joe Biden, lagging behind in domestic polls that measure the chances of conquering the White House on November 3.
Trump-Biden meeting will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, and chaired by NBC journalist Kristen Welker.
The Commission on Presidential Debate (CPD), which is in charge of organizing these events in the country, announced past Friday the meeting will have six issues to debate: the fight against Covid-19, US families, race, climate change, homeland security and leadership.
According to analysts, Donald Trump will try to maintain his aggressive and controversial tone to destabilize Joe Biden.
Before facing off in a final decisive debate, Trump once again lashed out at Joe Biden´s integrity.
His angle of attack? Biden's son business in other nations when his father served as vice president under Barack Obama (2009-2017).
Biden, for his part, completed two days with no campaign events and, according to local media, is getting ready for the debate.
To avoid interruptions, the CPD decided to shut candidates´ microphones down as they do not have the floor.
'I'll do it whatever happens, but it's unfair,' Trump said.
Will Trump change his strategy from the first debate, during which he permanently interrupted his Democratic rival?
'Some say I have to let him talk, because he always ends up losing the thread of the conversation,' Trump replied in reference to Biden, after months in which he portrays his opponent as a senile old man, despite Biden is only three years and five months older than Trump.
Donald Trump's campaign lashed out at the CPD on issues and possible rule changes.
In a two-page letter, the board did not threaten to withdraw from the debate, but said that 'the stupid things in favor of Biden have turned the entire election into a fiasco.' 'For the good sake of the integrity of the campaign and the US people´s benefit, we urge you to reconsider and republish a set of issues for discussion, with an emphasis on foreign policy,' he added.
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