Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 11th Democratic presidential debate, on Sunday, is ready to look and sound fairly totally different from the earlier 10.
To forestall additional transmission of the virus, the Democratic Nationwide Committee introduced Thursday it would maintain the talk in Washington, D.C., with no dwell viewers, as a substitute of its authentic deliberate location of Arizona, one in all 4 states voting on Tuesday.
The talk is being hosted at eight p.m. ET by CNN together with CNN en Español, CNN Worldwide and Univision, and can happen at CNN studios.
The talk will probably be moderated by CNN’s Dana Bash and Jake Tapper and Univision’s Ilia Calderón.
They had been initially to be joined by Univision’s Jorge Ramos though the community has since announced that he won’t to be a part of the talk following a possible secondary publicity to the coronavirus.
Which candidates will probably be there?
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are the remaining two viable contenders for the Democratic nomination and would be the solely candidates onstage Sunday evening.
This comes following a collection of presidential candidates suspending their campaigns within the days earlier than and after the Tremendous Tuesday contests on March 3.
Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard remains to be actively working, although she didn’t meet the DNC’s qualification for the talk. A candidate wants a minimum of 20% of delegates awarded to date to be onstage; Gabbard has earned simply two delegates out of practically 1,800 awarded to date.
How do I watch the talk?
The talk will start at eight p.m. ET and is ready to final two hours. It is going to be broadcast on CNN, CNN en Español, CNN Worldwide and Univision.
It will also be streamed on CNN.com in addition to the community’s cellular app and TV steaming companies.
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