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For his part, Limbaugh was back on air on Friday after spending the past three days undergoing his final round of lung cancer treatment. The Limbaugh Show is broadcast in Metro Atlanta on AM 750 WSB and 95.5 WSB, and began at noon.

Trump will give his first personal interview since his coronavirus treatment on Fox News at 8 pm EST Friday on “Tucker Carlson Tonight”. The president has not been seen in public, other than videos produced by the White House, since his return Monday from Walter Reed Medical Center where he received experimental treatments for the virus.

On Thursday, his commanding naval doctor. Sean Connelly said in a note that Trump will be able to “return to public engagements” safely on Saturday, as the president tries to shift his focus to an election less than four weeks away, where millions of Americans are already casting their ballots.

Trump’s appearance came after a tumultuous Thursday in which he flatly rejected a change attempt in his second debate with Democrat Joe Biden. The Presidency Debate Committee said the October 15th debate will be held remotely, a decision that was made without consulting either campaign first.

Trump immediately denounced the move, describing it as an attempt to “protect Biden” and that he would not participate. The Biden campaign accepted the new formula, with the same candidate telling reporters later: “We don’t know what the president is going to do, he changes his mind every second, so commenting on that now would be irresponsible. I will follow the committee’s recommendations.”

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Later Thursday morning, the Biden campaign said its candidate “will find a suitable place to take questions from all voters directly on October 15th.”

Shortly before noon, the Biden campaign tweeted that they hoped the committee would move its City Hall-style debate to an event already scheduled for October 22 in Nashville. The Trump campaign fired at around 12:30 p.m., and proposed a debate on October 22 and a third debate on October 29.

The Presidential Debating Committee has decided that the October 15 debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will not be held in person.

The Biden campaign angrily responded, saying, “Trump’s erratic behavior does not allow him to rewrite the calendar and pick new dates of his own choosing.”

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