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Jimmy Fallon mocks dismal CNN viewership while discussing Biden-Trump debate

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Late-night host Jimmy Fallon mocked CNN on Wednesday for the network's grim ratings while discussing the upcoming debate between President Biden and former President Trump.

During his "Tonight Show" monologue, Fallon announced that Biden and Trump had agreed to participate in two debates, the first of which CNN will host on June 27. It will mark the earliest a presidential debate has ever occurred in an election cycle, a point that Fallon used to joke about the two candidates' ages.

"If we're being honest, an early bird debate feels right for these guys," Fallon said.


Biden's team demanded several critical restrictions for the match-up, one of which calls for a debate inside a televised studio without a live audience.

"The debates should be conducted for the benefit of the American voters, watching on television and at home — not as entertainment for an in-person audience with raucous or disruptive partisans and donors, who consume valuable debate time with noisy spectacles of approval or jeering," Biden's campaign wrote in a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates.

Fallon, discussing the restriction, received raucous applause from the audience when he poked fun at

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