Trump Against Biden Virtually! Will the chaos recur?

 Following President Donald Trump’s confirmed positive Covid-19, next week’s second presidential debate is virtual. According to the Presidential Debate Commission, the debate is still conducted like a town hall-style conversation.

Presidential candidates Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will emerge from remote locations, while voters and moderators will ask them questions from the original debate site in Miami.

The announcement comes a day after the only vice-presidential debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Biden partner Senator Kamala Harris, who repeatedly argued over the Trump administration's response to the outbreak, which has killed more than 210,000 Americans.

However, the Trump Campaign has promised that it will remain in the October 15 debate, despite concerns that Trump has not fully recovered.

It is common knowledge that the first Trump-Biden debate was allegedly chaotic, with Trump repeatedly talking about his rivals and moderators, causing some people to ask moderators to turn off the participants' microphones in future contests.

Pence, in his debate yesterday, defended Trump's post on the pandemic and other issues under sharp attacks by Harris, saying Trump's failure had cost American lives.

With less than 4 weeks to go before the November election, the vice-presidential debate is unlikely to be able to change much of the thinking in a contest dominated by voter reactions to Trump and Biden.