It’s been a wild year of tension and debates between the leaders of the major US states in 2020. After months of virtual stand-offs, it appears that two of the biggest players, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and California Governor Gavin Newsom, will be taking their differences to the next level in a televised debate come November.
Fox News reported the exciting news yesterday afternoon, claiming that a date will be chosen after the two parties agree on a location for the live matchup. The news outlet also stated that representatives from both DeSantis and Newsom’s offices have been in talks to arrange the meeting with a neutral party such as CNN, ABC, or NBC mediating the event.
The details of the debate are yet to be determined, as the agenda has not been formally revealed publicly. However, anticipation of the event already has onlookers guessing as to what might be on the proposed docket. Considering the two governors have at times held different stances on topics such as secondary schooling, business regulations, and health-care reform, the debate is sure to be hard-hitting, to say the least.
The debate is scheduled to occur in the first month of November and will be available to view in most parts of the country on either cable or online. The hit bargaining session is set to be one of the major news events of the month, with millions sure to tune in for what is sure to challenging remark.