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Biden asked for breaks during the first 2020 Presidential debate.

The Biden campaign has denied that he had asked for breaks during the 2020 Presidential debate.

The Biden campaign has denied that he had asked for breaks during the 2020 Presidential debate.Just before the presidential debate began, many conspiracy theories surfaced on social media. Trump campaign accused Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden of backing away from an agreement to inspect for earpieces and that the former vice president had requested for breaks every 30 minutes during the 90-minutes presidential debate. Trump's campaign spokesman said they rejected the request. However, Kate Bedingfield, Biden's deputy campaign manager, denied both the claims and called them absurd. Biden did not ask for breaks.

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