Rachel Maguire Rachel Maguire Oct 4, 2020
  • Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Florida to participate in the next debate.
  • Hopes that President Trump will be able to join him despite Trump testing positive for the novel coronavirus late last week.
  • Biden shared a stage with Trump at last week's presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio

Donald Trump Published 13 mins ago Biden plans to attend next debate, hopes Trump will be able to participate. A campaign adviser says 'It's a town hall and, as you know, Vice President Biden loves a good town hall.' Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will travel to Florida to participate in the next debate and hopes that President Trump will be able to join him despite Trump testing positive for the novel coronavirus late last week. Symone Sanders, a senior campaign adviser to Biden, said on Sunday that he was “looking forward” to the Oct. 15 town hall-style debate in Miami and that he's hoping Trump will be well enough to attend. “But Joe Biden will be at that debate”. Video Trump is currently receiving treatment at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland. Sean Conley said Trump was given a steroid dexamethasone after his blood oxygen level had dropped suddenly twice in recent days. Trump's team said Sunday that Trump received oxygen at the White House on Friday. But, they were not clear on whether he received any Saturday.

Neither the campaign nor the Commission on Presidential Debates has made a statement regarding the possibility of Trump participating in the Oct. 15 debate, but the town hall is still expected to take place. The town hall comes just 13 days after Trump announced he had tested positive for COVID-19. Biden shared a stage with Trump at last week's presidential debate in Cleveland, Ohio. In another interview, Sanders said Sunday that the Democratic nominee will receive another COVID test on Sunday and will continue to do so regularly. Biden plans to attend next debate, hopes Trump will be able to participate. Campaign says VP Pence and second lady test negative for COVID, twice in three days John Fund: 2020 election's October surprises, who's up, who's down Guests at Trump's New Jersey fundraiser dismiss coronavirus concerns.

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