US Presidential Debate Set For Thursday With New Rules

Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden during the first 2020 presidential campaign debate in Cleveland Ohio

In an interview with "Face the Nation" on Sunday, Perez said Democrats have "overwhelmingly" turned in their ballots already, including 350,000 voters who had not cast ballots in the last two elections.

Yet over the past few months the hawks in India who want to start trade talks are getting the upper hand, the official said.

Biden, meanwhile, was campaigning in MI where he ripped into Trump's handling of the coronavirus - the strongest issue of his campaign. Experts say that the trade deal with Taiwan will help India meet the target of large investment in technology and electronics. "When I saw the enthusiasm of my father with Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi you know, I used to think that Trump rallies were pretty big in America but that was the biggest Trump rally probably ever in India, Trump Jr said".

Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden has a 9-point lead over President Trump among likely voters, according to a national New York Times/Siena College poll released on Tuesday.

A survey of late-night shows has found that in September two of the main US hosts cracked jokes nearly exclusively at the expense of Donald Trump.

Analysis by The Washington Post afterward found that interjections by Trump accounted for more than 75% of the debate's interruptions. "He's divisive", he said. "He keeps telling us that this virus is going to disappear like a miracle", Biden said in Southfield.

Mr Trump interrupted his opponent or the moderator 71 times in the first debate.

That does not even count 64 jokes made about Trump's family or administration, the study said.

"We have to understand the threat of China and no one knows that probably better than Indian-Americans", Trump Jr, told a select group of supporters from the community at the event in Long Island, New York.

Earlier on Monday, the commission issued a statement saying that Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden will have their microphones muted for parts of the upcoming debate in Nashville.

That debate was scheduled for October 15 in Miami, but the commission announced it would be held virtually for safety reasons following the president's COVID-19 diagnosis.

Late-night TV hosts show clear bias in making President Trump the target of nearly all of their political jokes - while Joe Biden escapes virtually unscathed, according to a new study.

Previewing the upcoming debate, Priebus said it's important for Mr. Trump to show he is "likable" and "fun". "Let him defend why ISIS was running wild and burning people in cages".