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This story is part of , CNET’s coverage of the run-up to voting in November.
The second US presidential debate, between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, was scheduled for Thursday, but Trump’s put the kibosh on that. Instead, the two candidates are , where they’re fielding questions posed to them by moderators and a live audience. The wrinkle? Trump’s and Biden’s town halls are airing at the same time: 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, with Trump’s on NBC and Biden’s on ABC.
Over the past day, a new challenge has circulated on TikTok: Get your TV, computer, phone, tablet and any other device with a screen, and 샌즈카지노이벤트 watch Joe Biden’s town hall on every single one. Trump, the idea goes, is ratings obsessed, 메리트카지노추천 so it’ll be a humiliation if Biden’s town hall event outperforms the president’s.
The town halls are Thursday night and every view on a different platform or device counts toward ratings…just saying!!