WASHINGTON — Thursday morning on Fox Business Network, President Donald Trump announced that since the Commission on Presidential Debates announced the Oct. 15 presidential debate would be conducted virtually to guard against the spread of coronavirus, he would skip it.
Of course, shortly after I wrote the above paragraph, the story changed. The Trump campaign called for two live debates, one on Oct. 22 when the third debate was scheduled, and then a new third debate on Oct. 29.
Vice President Joe Biden and his team didn’t bite. Instead, they announced that Biden would participate in an ABC…