How to watch the presidential debates in 2020, and how much will it cost? August 20, 2021 August 20, 2021 admin

A big question about presidential debates this year is how much it will cost.

The two-day events have become the subject of a heated debate on cable news, with both campaigns promising to give the most-expensive ticket to the next president.

The debate is scheduled for Oct. 26 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

While a number of candidates have said they will not pay for a presidential debate, many have indicated that the debate costs will be much higher than the current costs of the televised presidential debates.

Here’s a look at how much the candidates and their campaigns will be paying.

*Hillary Clinton: $200 million per debate* Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, said in October that she would be willing to pay as much as $200 billion for the 2020 debates.

But a CNBC report found that a number would be more than $400 million for the second debate, which is scheduled to take place in Cleveland on Oct. 31.

Clinton also said she would support a third debate.

That’s not true.

Clinton’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on CNBC’s report.

Ben Carson, who is also running for president, said during a CNN town hall on Thursday that he has not received any bids for the debate and would instead prefer to hold a fundraiser in New York City.

Carson did not return a request to comment for this story.

Trump: $2.5 billion per debate Trump, the Republican presidential nominee and a former television personality, has also said he is open to paying $2 billion for a second presidential debate.

But he did not respond to CNBC’s request for a comment.

Gary Johnson, the Libertarian presidential candidate, said he had received bids from the campaigns of former Sen. Evan Bayh (D-Ind.) and former Gov.

Mike Pence (R-Ind.).

Johnson did not specify which campaigns he was talking to, but he said he was not looking to pay for the debates either.

Marco Rubio, who was also running to be the Republican candidate for president in 2020 and was a candidate for vice president in 2016, has said he does not want to pay more than the $1.5 million that former Gov of Florida Jeb Bush (R) said he paid for a debate in 2007.

Rubio has said that the cost of the first debate is $200,000, while he has said it would be up to the campaigns whether he would pay the cost.

*Ben Carson: $100 million per event* Carson, the former neurosurgeon, has been campaigning heavily to win the presidential nomination, saying that his campaign would not be paying for any debates.

His campaign did respond to the CNBC report by saying that it is looking to offer the first two debates to the campaign at $100,000 per event.

Hillary Clinton, who has a $1 billion fundraising haul in 2020 , said during an interview with CBS News’ “60 Minutes” that the money raised for the Clinton Foundation was “much higher than it was when I first started my campaign,” and that it was “very, very well received by everybody.”

But her campaign said the Clinton family and the foundation have already raised more than double what they needed to cover the cost for the first three debates.

Donald Trump, who announced his bid in May, said on CNN that he would be “happy to do anything” to pay the price for a 2020 debate.

Trump’s campaign has not responded to a CNBC request for comments on the CNBC article.

*Marco Rubio: $300 million per date* Rubio, the Florida senator, has made a number in the past months to help his campaign with the cost, as the Florida Senate primary is in its final days.

The Republican candidate has been holding events in Ohio, Wisconsin, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan and New Hampshire and recently in Nevada, where he has held rallies and held town hall events.

He has also been holding fundraisers in his home state of Florida.

In an interview on Fox News’ Fox & Friends, Rubio said that he does “not want to go to any debates that are not fair.”

He also said that his family does not “want to have to pay” for a third presidential debate as well.

*Scott Walker: $500 million per month* Walker, the Wisconsin governor and former governor of Wisconsin, said that if he were to be nominated, he would consider setting up a campaign headquarters in his state.

He said that when he was a congressman, he was one of those lawmakers who had a lot of political friends in his district.

On CNN’s “New Day,” Walker said that there would be no third presidential debates, adding that it would not matter if he got nominated or not.

Walker, who will face off against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Oct., 31, told host Chris Cuomo that the first one would cost $200 and he