How might the earliest presidential debate ever affect the election?


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The first presidential debate of the 2024 election will be the first ever to feature two former presidents, but that isn't the only thing that makes it unprecedented: It's also the earliest general election debate ever.

When President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump take the stage at the CNN-hosted contest on Thursday -- it will be 131 days ahead of the Nov. 5 Election Day -- months ahead of the usual fall timeline.

Since 1960, Debates have been sanctioned -- and scheduled -- by the nonpartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, with the previous earliest one taking place when Ronald Reagan faced off against Independent candidate John Anderson during the 1980 election cycle. That occurred on Sept. 21, 44 days ahead of that year's general election.

Well, Trump's lyin' and Biden looks like he's dyin'.
The least effective debate in the history of the presidency by two men who;s supports both wish neither were running