The Commission on Presidential Debates announced Wednesday that the prior night’s face-off between Donald Trump and Joe Biden demonstrated the need for “additional structure” in the format of the remaining forums to “ensure a more orderly discussion.”
The nonpartisan commission, historically responsible for organizing and producing the quadrennial televised prime-time events, added in a statement that it “will be carefully considering the changes that it will adopt and will announce those measures shortly.”
It added that it would announce the new measures shortly, while also commending Chris Wallace of Fox News for his “professionalism” moderating the Tuesday night debate.
The announcement comes a day after the first 2020 presidential debate, conducted Tuesday night in Cleveland, drew almost universally negative reviews from media pundits and elected officials of both major political parties.
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