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Trump and Clinton will meet in three new presidential debates scheduled

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said today that it will beat his rival, Hillary Clinton, in the three presidential debates scheduled for the coming months and that traditionally have great importance in public opinion in the United States.

The magnate had cast doubt on its participation in the three high-level political events, but today said that only a natural disaster could prevent debate with Clinton.

Asked on his plane by the press if he planned to go to the three debates, the Republican said that "for the moment" yes and said that only "hurricanes, natural disasters" could change his mind.

"I hope to do all three, I'm looking forward to the debates, I think they are an important element of what we do. I think we have an obligation to the debates, "said Trump.

Earlier, Trump had not agreed to participate in the debates, opposing first dates of some of them coincide with matches in the professional football league (NFL) and then showing their rejection of several of the moderators selected by the Commission US Presidential Debates

"I think that certain moderators are unacceptable, absolutely," he noted in August Trump told Time magazine.

The first debate between Clinton and Trump will take place on September 26 at Hofstra University in New York and will be moderated by Lester Holt, host of NBC.

The moderators of the second debate between Clinton and Trump, scheduled for Oct. 9 at Washington University in St. Louis (Missouri), will be the presenter Anderson Cooper of CNN, and chief correspondent for foreign policy ABC, Martha Raddatz.

The debate in San Luis include questions of citizens who participate in the event.

The third and final debate between the candidates before the presidential election on November 8, again between Clinton and Trump, the moderate Chris Wallace, host of the conservative Fox, 19 October from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas .

In addition to the debates between presidential candidates, October 4 Longwood University in Farmville (Virginia) will host the debate between vice presidential candidates, Sen. Tim Kaine and Governor Mike Pence, running mates Clinton and Trump respectively.

To participate in the debates, candidates must have at least 15% support, a result of the average of five national surveys, to participate in discussions.

With the assured presence of Clinton and Trump, it remains to be seen if they will gain the necessary support to also be present in the debates Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate to the White House, Jill Stein.

With information from EFE.

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