Trump, Biden set for second debate showdown tonight

The President and Joe Biden go face to face in the final debate of the 2020 campaign.

The debate commission has changed the rules from the last debate. Microphones will be muted. The RNC's Robin Armstrong says we should see a different game plan from the President.

"I believe the President will take a different tact. His job is very difficult. He has to debate his opponent and he has to debate the moderator," Armstrong said.

And that moderator is NBC's Kristen Welker.

"She is totally partisan. Her father and mother have been big Biden supporters for a long time," Trump told Fox News this week.

The deck may seem stacked, but Armstrong says Trump is still in the driver's seat.

"Biden has the most to lose. President Trump is a known entity. There's a question as to whether Biden is up to the job mentally and physically," Armstrong explained.

Coverage on KTRH, online and the iHeartRadio app starts at 7 o'clock tonight.

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