Who is US presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace?

PRESIDENTIAL debate moderator Chris Wallace is a broadcast journalist who works for Fox News.

Wallace, who is registered as a Democrat, will host the first presidential debate between President Trump and Joe Biden in Cleveland tonight (September 29).

Who is presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace?

Fox News journalist Chris Wallace will be moderating the debate. 

The rest of the debates will feature other moderators such as USA Today's Washington bureau chief Susan Page, C-SPAN's senior executive producer and political editor Steve Scully, and NBC News' White House correspondent Kristen Welker.

Is Chris Wallace a Republican or Democrat?

Wallace is a Democrat.

In 2006, the Washington Post reported that he had been registered as a Democrat for over two decades.

He said that his "party affiliation is purely pragmatic and based on his desire to participate in local elections."

"The reason I'm a registered Democrat is that in Washington, D.C., there is really only one party," he continued. "If you want a say in who's going to be the next mayor or councilman, you have to vote in the Democratic primary."

"However I vote personally," he added, "I think I'm professional enough that it doesn't have anything to do with the way I cover the news."

When is the first presidential debate?

The first presidential debate will be held on September 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.

President Donald Trump will face Democratic rival Joe Biden to answer a series of questions, each warranting a reply with up to 15 minutes to make up the 90-minute encounter.

There will be no commercial breaks during the debate.

The debate will be held at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic.

You can watch the debate LIVE on The Sun's YouTube channel as well as on our website.

C-SPAN will livestream the debates on its channel, C-SPAN.org, and the C-SPAN Radio app.

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