Daily Archive: October 8, 2020

London’s Stock Exchange is Europe-heavy—and threatened by Brexit

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Trump, positive for COVID-19, says won’t participate in virtual debate By Reuters

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© Reuters. Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris and U.S. Vice President Mike Pence participate in their 2020 vice presidential campaign debate in Salt Lake City

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump said on Thursday he would not participate in a virtual debate, throwing into doubt the second presidential debate between Trump and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, scheduled for Oct. 15.

His words came moments after the commission that oversees the debates said the event would be conducted from remote locations in the wake of his COVID-19 diagnosis.

“That’s not acceptable to us,” Trump said on a phone call with Fox Business, adding he thought the virtual format would allow the moderator to cut him off.

Trump said he would not attend the debate if he was contagious but that he thinks he is now well enough to hold campaign rallies.

The Commission on Presidential Debates

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