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Campaign suggests Trump may boycott next debates with Biden if new rules are imposed

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Donald Trump's re-election campaign opposes plans to put in place new rules for his next two debates with Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
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Published on October 1, 2020 -  02:27
Next Trump-Biden debate will have new rules
[NFA] The group that manages U.S. presidential election debates said on Wednesday it will take steps to bring order to the final two contests between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, following widespread criticism. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

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