The Commander-In-Chief opts out of a glorified Zoom call that would've likely put him on hold for most of the night. And so, in the lead up to election 2020 . . . It seems that we can't even agree to disagree.
WASHINGTON -- The second presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, slated to take place on Oct. 15, will be held virtually, the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates said Thursday. Minutes later, Trump said he would not participate.