President Donald Trump has declined to take part in the upcoming virtual presidential debate set for October 15th in Miami.
The organizers of the event opted for a virtual debate given the recent turn of events when Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19.
Organizers from Biden’s camp have accused the President of failing to take accountability on failing Americans in the fight against coronavirus.
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Biden first met Trump in the debate in September and both sides traded insults before it was followed by one comprising of Vice-President Mike Pence and Kamala Harris.
Democrats have accused Trump for failing to take decisive action to protect the Americans when he was knew the risks involved.
“On January 28, Donald Trump and Mike Pence were informed about the nature of this pandemic. They knew it was lethal. They knew it was airborne. They knew it affects young people. They knew what was happening—and didn’t tell you.” Said Kamala Harris.
Speaking to FOX, Trump insisted that he will not waste his time on a virtual debate terming it ridiculous as he fears for the conversation to be cut as they please.
At the moment Biden takes the lead but the results will be determined on the final days and on key states.