CNN To Hold First 2024 Debate Between Trump And Biden With No Audience

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On Wednesday, shortly after President Joe Biden challenged former President Donald Trump to a pair of debates on his terms, CNN announced that it would hold the first event in late June with no audience in the battleground state of Georgia.

CNN said in a press release the debate would be held in the cable network’s Atlanta studios at 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 27, embracing the proposal from Biden’s campaign to have the first event in the latter part of that month.

“To ensure candidates may maximize the time allotted in the debate, no audience will be present,” the press release said.

NEWS: CNN puts out press release

Debate in Georgia, June 27, 9pm.

No audience.

Moderators tbd.

“CNN will host an election debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald J. Trump on June 27, 2024 at 9pm ET from the crucial battleground state of Georgia.” — Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) May 15, 2024

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