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How to Watch Biden vs Trump 2024 First Presidential Debate: Time, Free Streaming Details, and More

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The eagerly awaited opening exchange between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is slated for Thursday evening, taking place at CNN’s studios in Atlanta.

This 90-minute discussion, which is due to begin at 9 PM ET from Atlanta, is notable for its lack of an audience, ensuring both candidates have ample time for debate. The prestigious event will be officiated by CNN’s anchors Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.

CNN has declared comprehensive coverage on its various platforms, including CNN, CNN International, CNN en Español, CNN Max, and CNN.com, all offering real-time access to the CNN Presidential Debate without the need for a subscription. Furthermore, a multitude of TV and cable stations across the nation will re-air the debate.

Fox News Media has confirmed its role in broadcasting the CNN Presidential Debate, airing it in a live stream from 9 to 11 PM/ET. This broadcast will be led by Shannon Bream of FOX News Sunday as its moderator.

Network affiliations including Fox News, NBC News, MSNBC, and ABC News are anticipated to provide live feeds of the debate.

Throughout the debate, there will be two breaks for commercials, during which campaign representatives are not allowed to approach the candidates. Each candidate will have their microphone silenced when the other is speaking, and no opening remarks will be made. Candidates will have a two-minute response window to address questions from the debate.

In the lead-up to the debate, a coin toss determined the order of the candidates on stage, with Biden positioned on the right lectern, with Trump following to deliver the concluding remarks.

The preparation for the debate has been marked by differing statements from both sides, with Trump’s press liaison Steven Cheung criticizing the media’s expectations of Biden’s performance. Cheung accused the press of setting modest anticipations for Biden, suggesting he might receive unwarranted praise just for making it through the debate.

The debates were arranged following Biden’s initial openness to participating in two debates with the Republican nominee, which the nominee accepted, leading to the scheduling of debates in June and September.

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