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This Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. East, presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump will face each other for the first time one by one in a debate that promises to be key to attracting undecided voters, especially in key states.

The meeting at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, will have a minimum live audience of just 70 people, who will be tested COVID-19, as well as being required to other health safety protocols, including the use of masks.

The debate will be moderated by Fox News host Chris Wallace and will last 90 minutes without commercial breaks.

The Presidential Debate Commission released the issues to be addressed: “The Trump and Biden Races,” “The Supreme Court,” “Covid-19,” “The Economy,” “Race and Violence in Our Cities” and “The Integrity of Elections.”

Three major missing issues are climate change, migration issues and foreign policy, but two meetings remain where they could be addressed.

Tonight, however, candidates are expected to address other issues, including taxes from President Trump, who paid only $750 in 2016 and 2017, but for 10 years did not disburse a dollar, according to a report from The New York Times.

Biden could also be weighed on questions about his son Hunter, who would have received up to $3.5 million from Russian millionaire Elena Baturina, according to the report by Republican senators.

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