Video: Biden’s Campaign Requests Breaks EVERY 30 MINUTES During Tonight’s Debate, Trump Asks The Candidates To Be Checked For Hidden Earpieces

TONIGHT AT 9 P.M., JOE BIDEN and President DONALD TRUMP will take the stage in Cleveland for the first presidential debate — a 90-minute, commercial-free affair moderated by Fox News’ CHRIS WALLACE, 35 DAYS before Election Day.

A few last-minute demands came in.

JOE Biden has demanded a break every 30 minutes during tonight’s presidential debate, according to reports.

There are no commercial breaks scheduled during the 90-minute event, prompting the Biden campaign to request brief pauses to allow their candidate to rest, Fox News reports.

The Trump camp is understood to have firmly rejected the idea and countered it with their own demand that both candidates be checked for hidden earpieces before the debate.

Video below:

This casts doubts on Joe Biden’s health and stamina.

The format for Tuesday’s TV debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden consists of six 15-minute segments.

They’re scheduled to focus on the following topics, selected by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace: The Trump and Biden Records, The Supreme Court, Covid-19, The Economy, Race and Violence in our Cities and The Integrity of the Election.

Each candidate will be given two minutes to respond to a question from Wallace, after he’s opened the segment.

Trump and Biden will then be able to respond to each other, and the moderator will use the rest of the 15-minute period to discuss the topic further.

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