Miss the first US presidential debate? Catch replay here until noon

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  • US president Donald Trump (Photograph by Evan Vucci/AP)

    US president Donald Trump (Photograph by Evan Vucci/AP)

  • Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president (Photograph by Paul Vernon/AP)

    Joe Biden, the Democratic nominee for president (Photograph by Paul Vernon/AP)


The Royal Gazette, in conjunction with The Washington Post News Service and Bloomberg News will be offering The Washington Postís livestream programming of the presidential and vice-presidential debates.

President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will meet on stage tonight at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland for the first of the three presidential debates.

The broadcast will start at 9pm Bermuda time. The debate itself will start at 10pm and last for approximately 90 minutes. The show will feature a half-hour of post-debate live analysis, with the broadcasts ending at about midnight.

Chris Wallace, the anchor of Fox News Sunday, will moderate. The Postís Libby Casey will anchor live, uninterrupted coverage and be joined by reporters James Hohmann, Rhonda Colvin, Aaron Blake, Natalie Jennings, Amber Phillips, Eugene Scott and Ashley Parker for analysis before and after the debate.

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Published Sep 30, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 30, 2020 at 9:47 am)

Miss the first US presidential debate? Catch replay here until noon

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