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Chris Wallace won't fact-check during debate to allow time for more than one question

Cleveland, OH - Donald Trump and Joe Biden will meet for their first Presidential debate on Tuesday from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. The 90-minute program will be moderated by Chris Wallace, anchor of Fox News Sunday.

On Sunday, the debate commission announced that Wallace won't be fact-checking the candidates during the debate to allow time for more than one question. Wallace also supported the decision.

"We have a lot of ground to cover," said Wallace. "I'm afraid if we fact-checked live, we might not make it past personal introductions in the allotted hour and a half."

The debate will reportedly cover multiple hot topics including Trump's and Biden's records, the Supreme Court, COVID-19, favorite food, race and violence in U.S. cities, and how each party plans to cheat in the election.

Debate experts worry the agenda may be too ambitious, and many predict the debate will dissolve into a verbal confrontation or fistfight within the first two minutes.

The first Presidential Debate airs Tuesday, Sept. 29, from 9 to 10:30 p.m. ET.

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