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Trump and Biden Set for Debate Showdown Podium and Closing Statements Decided

In a recent development surrounding the upcoming presidential debate between former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, it has been revealed that the two campaigns have agreed on the structure of the event. Thanks to a coin toss, Biden’s team was able to pick the podium placement, opting for the left side of the stage, while Trump’s camp secured the order of closing statements, ensuring the former president gets the final word.

The choice of podium placement may seem insignificant at first glance, but experts suggest there’s a psychological advantage at play. By choosing the side that typically draws viewers’ attention, Biden’s team is leveraging subtle tactics to appeal to the audience watching at home. However, this advantage is balanced by Trump’s strategic decision to have the closing statement, allowing him to leave a lasting impression on viewers.

Meanwhile, independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been excluded from the debate after failing to meet certain eligibility requirements set by the network. Despite claims of ballot access in multiple states, Kennedy fell short of the necessary polling support and state access criteria outlined by CNN. The network’s decision to exclude him has led to threats of legal action, though the likelihood of intervention to compel his participation seems slim.

As preparations for the debate on June 27 continue, the stage is set for a showdown between Trump and Biden, each vying for the opportunity to sway undecided voters and secure their path to the White House. With podium placement and closing statements now determined, the candidates are gearing up for a high-stakes event that could have far-reaching implications for the upcoming election.

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