In not-so-shocking news, the next Democratic presidential primary debate will take place without a live audience after requests from the campaigns for both Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former Vice President Joe Biden amid fears of the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The Democratic National Committee released a statement Tuesday evening relaying the news.
Sunday will be the first debate where only two candidates will be on stage, so it will likely have a very different feel from the previous debates, which were quite crowded. But there won't be any questions this time around about the biases of those in attendance.
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