Who Gets The Last Word At Next Week’s Presidential Debate? A Coin Flip Decided It

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(Townhall) The final details of next Thursday’s debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump are being squared away, including the candidates’ position on the stage and who will have the final word at the end of the face-off.

Determined by a coin flip, CNN said on Thursday that “Donald Trump will get the final word when he debates President Joe Biden.”

“The coin landed on the Biden campaign’s pick — tails — which meant his campaign got to choose whether it wanted to select the president’s podium position or the order of closing arguments,” according to CNN. “Biden’s campaign chose to select the right podium position, which means the Democratic president will be on the right side of television viewers’ screens and his Republican rival will be on viewers’ left.”

“Trump’s campaign then chose for the former president to deliver the last closing statement, which means Biden will go first at the conclusion of the debate,” CNN also noted.

CNN also announced on Thursday that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. had not managed to meet the criteria to qualify for the debate and will not appear alongside Trump and Biden. His campaign has filed a complaint with the FEC accusing Trump and Biden of unlawfully colluding with CNN to prevent RFK Jr.’s participation in the debate.

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