Nearly two-thirds of Americans say they don't trust President Donald Trump much or at all for accurate coronavirus information.
The Commission said microphones of both candidates will be on during open-discussion segments of the debate, reported CNBC News
The enmity also extends into defence and human rights, with Taiwan, Hong Kong and the treatment of China's Muslim Uighur minority all making waves in US.
The Florida race is tightening down to a knife edge; statewide polls show Biden ahead by an average of 1.4 percentage points -- compared with 4.5 points less than two weeks ago.
The lawyers noted that Trump also had said: "She's not my type."
Trump said he believes he's going to win, allowing that he didn't have that same sense of confidence two weeks ago when he was hospitalized with COVID-19.
His remarks came as Americans face another surge in the COVID-19 pandemic ahead of the November 3 US presidential election.
Dr Shobha Choklingam asserted that Trump has supported India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the issue of Kashmir.
Researchers have concluded that masks can control the spread of the virus, and public health experts have urged the public to wear them.
Trump began his day in Nevada, making a rare visit to church before an evening rally in Carson City.
Trump's campaign, along with the Republican National Committee and associated groups, raised $247.8 million in September.
Nebraska Senator Sasse said that Trump has driven US allies away and toward China, and has deeply damaged the Republican Party.
In a video message to Muslim Advocates, a civil rights organisation, on Thursday, Biden also promised to push lawmakers for legislation to fight the growing spike in hate crimes in the US.
Trump was briefly forced to pause his re-election campaign after he tested positive for COVID-19 and he returned to the campaign trail from the battleground State of Florida on Monday.
Trump’s doctors and aides were withholding key information on just how sick the president was, what risks lie ahead for Trump under the progression of the illness