When is the next presidential debate between Trump and Biden and when is the vice-presidential debate?

The next 2024 presidential debate holds on Tuesday, September 10, 2025. Although the dates of the vice-presidential debate have not been fixed, these are the proposed dates.


The first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held on Thursday June 27, 2024, at 9pm ET. This event was hosted by CNN and held at the network’s Atlanta studio. The second presidential debate is slated to be held on September 10, 2024, and will be hosted by ABC.

The vice-presidential debate date is however not certain as Trump is yet to announce his running mate. The proposed date is between July 23 and August 13. Despite the absence of Trump’s running mate, Vice President Kamala Harris has agreed to debate with whoever Trump will choose at the end of the day.

The first presidential debate

The 90-minutes debate between Biden, the incumbent president of the United States and the immediate past president, Donald Trump, was held on June 27 and is so far the earliest before the election televised US presidential debate since 1960.

The 2024 presidential debate is the first to NOT be hosted by the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) which is the traditional host of the presidential debates. This will be the third time Joe Biden and Trump will be meeting for a presidential debate with the first and second being held in the presidential election campaign of 2020.

The second presidential debate

The next 2024 presidential debate between Biden and Trump is to be held on Tuesday, September 10. This second phase of the debate will be hosted by ABC.

The vice-presidential debate

The date of the vice president debate is yet to be decided upon. However, there are two proposed dates for the debate: July 23 and August 13. The 2024 vice-presidential debate will be between the incumbent Vice President, Kamala Harris and Donald Trump’s running mate who is yet to be revealed.

In 2020, the vice-presidential debate was held between then Vice President Mike Pence and the then Senator Kamala Harris who was the running mate of Joe Biden. This debate was viewed by 57.9 million people which was about 8% lower than the audience who watched the 2020 presidential debates.

Although Trump’s running mate is yet to be announced, Donald Trump has announced that the debate invitation has been accepted by his campaign for his future running mate which might be announced at the Republican convention in Milwaukee. The said convention is barely a week before July 23 and this might leave the running mate unprepared for the debate if held on that date.

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