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Biden campaign accepts VP debate invitation for summer showdown with Kamala Harris and Trump running mate

The Biden campaign accepted CBS News’ vice presidential debate for this summer, setting the stage for a showdown between Vice President Kamala Harris and whoever is selected as the Republican VP nominee, Fox News Digital has learned.

The campaign notified CBS News that they accepted the invitation to participate in studio on either of the proposed dates — July 23 or August 13.


The campaign said the debate would "be in accordance with the guidelines put forth by the campaign."

On Wednesday, the Biden campaign wrote a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates, abandoning the decades-old tradition of three fall events organized by the debate commission.

Former President Trump, shortly after, exclusively told Fox News Digital that he would accept the timeline proposed by Biden — scheduling the first presidential debate for June 27 on CNN and the second for September 10 on ABC News.

The Biden-Harris campaign asked that the debates occur inside a TV studio, with microphones that automatically cut off when a speaker’s time limit elapses. The letter also asked that the debates involve just the two candidates and the moderator — without "an in-person audience with raucous or disruptive partisans and donors."

They also want the debates without the participation of Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. or other independent or third-party candidates.

"We look forward to the Trump campaign accepting one of these dates so that the full debate calendar for this campaign can be set," the Biden campaign said about the vice presidential debate schedule on Thursday.

The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment.

The fast scheduling began

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