Decision 2020: Two Weeks To Go

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are set to face each other in their final debate Thursday, despite Mr. Trump's complaints about a new format that will allow microphones to be cut when either is speaking out of turn. NBC's Susan McGinnis reports.

(NBC News) — The Presidential Debate Commission has announced they will mute the opponent’s microphone during each candidate’s two-minute response during Thursday night’s debate.

In response, the Trump campaign is calling the commission “biased,” saying they’re changing rules to “provide advantage to their favored candidate” and disputing the topics that should be discussed.

With polls now open in 37 states and his campaign lagging in the polls, President Trump reportedly wants to boost his rallies to five a day, telling campaign workers “People are tired of COVID. I have the biggest rallies I’ve ever had and we have COVID. People are saying whatever, just leave us alone. They’re tired of it.”

Democratic nominee Joe Biden is warning his team against being complacent.

Polls show him ahead by double digits, but with tighter margins in swing states.

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