The campaign bosses for President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden have agreed to three Presidential debates. The two candidates are scheduled to meet in two weeks for the first of the trio, set to take place in Cleveland, Ohio.

The first debate will be held on Tuesday,September 29 on the campus of Cleveland's case Western Reserve University. The Commission on Presidential Debates - a non partisan organization traditionally charged with the planning - has announced that news anchor Chris Wallace from Fox News will the moderator. The debate will be ninety minutes in length, beginning at 9pm Eastern.

The second presidential debate is planned to take place on October 15 in Miami, Florida at that city's Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. The moderator will be C-SPAN's Steve Scully. The second debate will be a town hall style format.

The third - and as of now, final - debate is scheduled for Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee on Octover 22. NBC News' Kristen Welker will be the moderator.

The vice presidential candidates will meet on October 7 at the University of Utah in Salt lake City. The debate between Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris will be moderated by USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page.