Trump, Biden Clash Over Virus From Afar in Dueling Town Halls

Oct.16 — President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, in a split-screen campaign event Thursday night, clashed over the coronavirus and other policies during simultaneous network town halls 1,000 miles apart. Biden, from his event televised by ABC from Philadelphia, said the President failed to take necessary steps to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Trump, speaking in Miami in a town hall broadcast on NBC, defended his decision to underplay the threat of the virus. Derek Wallbank reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

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