What to expect from the new presidential debate schedule
The New York Times has issued an extensive list of what it calls “secret schedules” that will be released to the public, but the first batch is just now being made public.
The Times reports that President Donald Trump’s team will announce the dates for two of its two debates on Saturday night at 8 p.m.
Eastern time, and then the next day, at 1 p.s.m., the Times reported.
The Trump campaign has not released details about the first debate, which will be hosted by ABC News anchor David Muir.
The debate is expected to be held on the same night as the GOP National Convention, but some experts say the timing could be an indication of how the two debates will be viewed by Trump supporters and detractors alike.
The first debate is scheduled to take place on July 26 in Cleveland.
The second will take place July 29 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The Times said that the “secret” schedule will be “more tightly controlled” than the previous batch of dates, and that no specific information will be made public on the format of the debates.
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.CNN is reporting that the first presidential debate will be held in a room in Trump Tower.
CNN has not confirmed that this is the case, but several sources told CNN that this was the case.
The newspaper did say that there will be a debate between Trump and Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, who was first elected to the Senate in 2010, but it has not yet been officially announced.
CNN reported that Trump’s campaign is planning to hold a debate in Florida at 11:30 p., and will also hold a town hall in Cleveland at 2 a.m on Tuesday.CNN reported that the third debate will take the form of a townhall between the Republican and Democratic candidates.CNN reports that the debate will also be streamed live on the official Twitter account of the Republican nominee, Donald Trump.