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Kamala Harris Accepts Vice-Presidential Candidate Debate Offer from CBS

Vice President Kamala Harris has agreed to participate in a vice presidential debate hosted by CBS News this summer, the Biden-Harris campaign confirmed Thursday.

Harris’ team said the dates offered by CBS were July 23 or August 13.

“The Biden-Harris campaign has notified CBS News that it will accept the network’s invitation to participate in the vice presidential debate in studio on one of two dates,” the campaign said in a statement. statement ABC News obtained.

The factions agreed to the debate based on the following guidelines: “No direct audience, firm limits on response time, alternating speaking, and candidates’ microphones only turned on when it is their turn to speak.”

The Biden-Harris campaign said it is “hopeful that the Trump campaign will be able to accept one of these dates and establish a full debate schedule for this campaign.”

Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump has not yet chosen a running mate. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee has already agreed to two debates before the general election. The first will be on CNN on June 27th, and the second on ABC News on September 10th.

President Trump previously said he would postpone the selection of his running mate until closer to the Republican National Convention (RNC) in mid-July.

“Well, I’m not in a hurry and I’ll do it before or after the convention, but there’s a lot of great people in the Republican Party,” the Republican said in an April interview. interview Comes with 6ABC.