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(CNN) Time is running out on President Donald Trump.
He is trailing Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in most national and battleground state polls, making Thursday night's debate the incumbent's last best chance to change the trajectory of a race that, with less than two weeks to run, appears to favor the challenger.
After an initial match up that quickly descended into a glorified shouting match, with Trump repeatedly interrupting Biden and running roughshod over the moderator, the second debate, scheduled for last week, was canceled after the President tested positive for the coronavirus and subsequently refused to take part in a virtual meeting.
5 things to watch for in the final Trump-Biden presidential debate
originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: xuenchen
Should be exciting even though the biased mod will have a mute button. I hope like hell that Trump handles this debate like Pence did. Talk for a couple of minutes and then finish his answer when he gets an irrelevant question like "do you denounce white supremacy".
Afew days before the 2016 presidential election, outgoing Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, announced the formation of the Biden Foundation. “The Biden Foundation is an educational foundation dedicated to exploring the ways that everyone—no matter their income level, race, gender, age, or sexuality—can expect to be treated with dignity and to receive a fair shot at achieving the American Dream,” read the nonprofit’s press release dated November 5, 2016.
In the span of several weeks, the nonprofit quickly was seeded with millions of dollars in donations. A year-end disclosure report for 2016 showed $3.4 million in contributions; the group spent a few hundred thousand on expenses but awarded no grants that first year.