On Wednesday, John Fetterman’s campaign finally announced that the Democratic Senate nominee in Pennsylvania had agreed to an Oct. 25 debate in Harrisburg, Pa., hosted by Nexstar Television.
The Oz campaign countered on Wednesday with more conditions before agreeing to the debate. It said Fetterman’s team asked for a closed-caption monitor — and two practice sessions to get used to closed captioning — to help with the Democrat’s auditory processing issues related to his stroke.
The Oz statement said the Republicans would agree to the debate under three conditions: if the moderator explained to the audience that Fetterman was using a closed-captioning system, if the practice debate did not consist of real debate questions and if the debate was 90 minutes instead of 60.Click to read full article
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