Biden - news: Campaigns in deadlock as Trump’s ‘erratic behaviour’ leaves debates in doubt
Biden has already said that he doesn't want to join the debate if Trump still has Covid (Getty).
Joe Biden beat up Donald Trump after the president refused to take part in their second debate when it was found to be held remotely.
Trump complained during a Fox Business interview that the new format was "unacceptable" and the challenger fired him for "always changing his mind".
The campaigns have stalled for alternative plans for debate. Biden will hold a solo town hall on October 15 while the president holds an election rally.
It was widely believed that BIden's runner-up Kamala Harris won the Vice-Presidential debate on Mike Pence. The Democrat asked 21 percentage points ahead of the Republican in a quick poll conducted by CNN.
The California senator attacked the Trump administration on a number of issues, saying its leaders "don't believe in science" or the "existential threat" of the climate crisis and denounced dealing with the coronavirus pandemic as "the biggest failure of all "to presidential administration in the history of our country".
When the couple appeared together in Arizona on Thursday, they again refused to answer whether it would grab the Supreme Court. Both refused to answer the question during their debates, and Biden said today that he would not answer until after the election.
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