The 2024 candidates for president will not square off on a debate stage for at least another 39 months, but the Republican Party already is demanding changes from the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates before agreeing its candidate will take part.
Could 2020 be a repeat of 2016, when a Hillary Clinton presidency was widely expected until Election Day itself?
Oddschecker, which compares odds offered by dozens of bookmakers, said the president had received "heavy backing" while the two men were on stage.
Oddschecker, which compares dozens of bookmakers, said there was "very little shift at all" in the market overnight on Thursday.
Panelists on CNN show tell former GOP senator "that's not true" after he suggested the president had only attracted criticism for his approach to issues of race since occupying the White House.
"Masks aside, nice photo," user @lesmonroe1949 tweeted.
Welker, an NBC News White House correspondent, will moderate the final debate between Trump and Biden.
The filmmaker behind some of Hollywood's biggest comedies called on the broadcast journalist to hold Trump accountable for past statements.
COVID rhetoric and debate performances aside, the November 3 result will hinge on a massive question which will only be answered when the votes are counted: What kind of country are we?
Third parties may rarely win election to office, but they do serve to introduce the new ideas that the duopoly candidates cannot.
"Listen to the science. If the scientists say that it's safe, the distances are safe, then I think that's fine. I'll do whatever the experts say is the appropriate thing to do," Biden said to reporters before boarding a plane to campaign in Florida.
A new poll suggests that almost no voters are likely to change their vote after viewing the first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, although most thought Biden won the debate.
Results of the new Morning Consult–Politico survey come two days after the first presidential debate, which was marked by consistent interruptions and arguing.
"I don't care because it's a question that needs to be asked," Roberts said to Twitter users who attacked him for asking again if the president would condemn white supremacy
Although bookmakers say Trump's chances of being re-elected fell after the first debate, betting analysts say his latest odds are better than they were this time four years ago.
Brian Kilmeade continued to criticize Donald Trump's decision to not explicitly condemn white supremacy during Tuesday's presidential debate
Viewership for the first presidential debate dropped nearly 15 percent from 2016 to 2020, but the reason why isn't entirely known.
Republican Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma said President Donald Trump should "restrain himself a little."
"It might well have been picked up on Biden's microphone, and it still would have disrupted the proceedings in the hall," Wallace said.
"It was good to be there. I felt very comfortable," the president said. "I appreciate all the good words."
Although none of the Trump women were seen wearing face coverings during Tuesday's first presidential debate, they are pictured with masks in a photo from the event on Instagram.
The morning after Trump told Proud Boys to "stand down" during the presidential election, one of the group's members was arrested by Portland police.
Pastor Franklin Graham, who delivered a prayer at last month's Republican National Convention, responded to the presidential debate on social media Wednesday morning.
The far-right group known for inciting violence at anti-racism protests across the country celebrated the president's Proud Boys mention during Tuesday's debate on social media.
Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes defended Holocaust deniers in an anti-Semitic rant from 2017.
The veteran journalist said Trump is unable to fulfill the job of a president, which is to "protect the people, tell the truth, provide some sort of moral compass."
One bookmaker reported that more than $128 million has now been bet on the presidential election race.
The heated war of words between Trump and Biden swung from chaotic accusations and personal digs to the state of the economy and the future of climate change.