Shortly after the U.S. presidential election, vice presidential candidates will be in a TV debate.

In the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, the vice presidential candidate’s tv debate will soon be held on October 8 at 9:47 a.m.

In the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, a tv debate between Vice President Pence, who supports President Trump, and Senator Harris, the vice presidential candidate for the opposition Democratic Party, will begin at 10:00 a.m. Japan time. As President Trump is infected with the new coronavirus and the spread of the infection in his administration, there is expected to be intense debate over the Trump administration’s measures to prevent infection.
The U.S. vice presidential candidate’s television debate begins at 10:00 a.m. local time on July 7 at a university in Salt Lake City, western Utah.

During the debate, Vice President Pence, a Republican who supports President Trump, and Senator Harris, a Democrat who is aiming to become the first female vice president, will discuss for an hour and a half.

In addition, a transparent board will be set up between the two candidates as an anti-infection measure in this discussion.

President Trump was temporarily hospitalized after being infected with the new coronavirus, but on july 7, two days after leaving the hospital, he posted a video message on Twitter emphasizing his thoughts on spreading antibody drugs administered to him.

However, with the spread of the infection in the White House and other countries, democrats have come under increasing criticism that the administration’s measures against infection are not enough, and there is expected to be intense debate at the debate.

Last week’s debate between President Trump and Candidate Biden was described as “worst in history” in response to fierce criticism from both sides, so with four weeks to go before the presidential election, the focus will also be on w how Vice President Pence and Mr. Harris can deepen their policy discussions.