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There should not be a second TV duel between US President Donald Trump (74) and challenger Joe Biden (77). Instead, the two gentlemen gave two separate TV interviews on Friday night (October 16) as part of the US presidential election campaign. Trump in Miami, Florida, on NBC. Biden in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on ABC. Now the ratings are available.

According to the US portal “Variety”, Biden emerged as the clear winner of the evening. His one-and-a-half-hour interview with George Stephanopoulos (59), the news anchor for ABC News and former communications director of the White House, was followed by an average of 14.1 million viewers. Trump, who got the questions from “Today” presenter Savannah Guthrie (48), is said to have only reached eleven million NBC viewers. The US presidential election will take place on November 3, 2020.

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