It's about who will be the Democratic presidential candidate for 2020. Again, 20 candidates will spend two nights trying to convince US Democrats that they are the right person to fight Donald Trump.
This time, CNN is sponsoring the event, which takes place at the Fox Theater in Detroit, Michigan. Especially on the first night, things are going to be brisk, with front runners Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren on the field, and on Wednesday Joe Biden will demonstrate his skills against Kamala Harris, Corey Booker and other hopefuls.
If You Want To understand these debates, please read the following instructions.
When will the debates take place?
As in the debates of last month, they are divided into two nights: Tuesday, July 30th and Wednesday, July 31
How do I look?
This time, CNN hosts and offers several ways to track the debates. You can see them:
- Streamed online on CNN.com
- About the CNNgo app or Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast and Android TV.
- On TV at CBSN (a cable subscription is not required). In addition, CBSN will provide coverage before and after the debates.
If you search for simultaneous comments, live chats are offered on a number of sites, including the New York Times and the Washington Post . You can also sign in to your favorite social media chat and share your views with other observers.
Who is actually debating?
Both nights the house is full. Again, each candidate has 60 seconds to answer a question and 30 seconds to refute it. According to CNN, colored lights are used to help the disputeers time their responses. Anyone who starts to break will be slapped if time is shortened.
The lineup on Tuesday includes:
The lineup on Wednesday includes:
Who is hosting?
The questions are asked by CNN correspondents Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Don Lemon.
This may be the debate that is finally filtering the crowd of Democratic hopefuls down to a more reasonable number. So if you are interested in today's politics, you probably should not miss them.