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All of the debates of the 2020 presidential election are officially behind us, as are a number of town hall events. On Oct. 22, President Donald Trump, the Republican nominee, and former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee, faced off in a debate for the second and final time.

Trump and Biden first faced each other on Sept. 29 in a contentious and chaotic debate. The following debate — between Biden’s running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, and current Vice President Mike Pence — was a much more controlled affair, but it still became buzzy for all the wrong reasons

Trump and Biden then held dueling town halls after Trump refused to participate in a virtual debate despite concerns about his COVID-19 diagnosis. NBC’s decision to schedule Trump’s town hall opposite Biden’s, which had already been announced at ABC, was met with criticism from a number of NBC stars, but Biden still came away with higher ratings

TV Guide has compiled everything you need to know about the 2020 presidential and vice presidential debates, including how to rewatch the debates and town halls before the election.

The 2020 presidential election takes place on Tuesday, Nov. 3 and is already underway in some states.   


Are there any more debates?

No, all presidential debates for the 2020 election have already taken place.


How do I rewatch the first presidential debate?

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The first debate between President Trump, the Republican incumbent, and former Vice President Biden, the Democratic candidate, took place on Tuesday, Sept. 29. It is available to rewatch in the embedded C-SPAN video above. 

The first Trump-Biden debate was held at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, and ran for just over 90 minutes. Ohio is traditionally one of the battleground states that factor heavily into election results, and while polls have been close, Trump is currently leading with likely voters in that state. Fox News’ Chris Wallace served as moderator for the debate, after being chosen by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates in early September. 

Trump and Biden were questioned on a series of six topics chosen by moderator Chris Wallace, including their public service records, the Supreme Court, COVID-19, the economy, race and violence in U.S. cities, and the integrity of the election. 

Late-Night Hosts React to the First Trump-Biden Debate: ‘Yo, What Was That?’ 


How do I rewatch the vice presidential debate?

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The second debate of the 2020 presidential election between vice presidential candidates Mike Pence, who remains on the ballot alongside Trump, and Kamala Harris, who is running on Biden’s ticket, took place on Wednesday, Oct. 7. It is available to rewatch in the C-SPAN video above. 

The sole debate between the VP candidates was held at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. USA Today‘s Washington Bureau chief Susan Page moderated the debate, and a modified format was presented in light of Trump’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis just days after his debate with Biden, and the subsequent diagnoses of several prominent Republicans associated with Trump. A 12-foot distance was maintained between Harris and Pence, as opposed to the seven-foot distance Trump and Biden kept, and they both remained seated at desks behind plexiglass throughout the evening.

Harris and Pence were questioned on a number of topics, ranging from the coronavirus pandemic to presidential disability.

The Most Fly-conic Twitter Reactions to Kamala Harris and Mike Pence’s Vice Presidential Debate


How do I rewatch the last presidential debate?

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