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Heckling and interrupting Biden, Trump causes chaos in first presidential debate

The president repeatedly taunted his challenger, interrupting him to make fun of his college grades, his son’s business dealings, and his performance against Senator Bernie Sanders.


Scorecard: Grading the debate performances of Donald Trump and Joe Biden

No one won this debate, and the loser was clearly the United States of America.

First debate between Trump, Biden marked by chaos, rancor as candidates made it personal

Marked by angry interruptions and bitter accusations, the first debate between President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden erupted in contentious exchanges Tuesday night over the coronavirus pandemic, job losses and how the Supreme Court will shape the future of the nation’s health care.

Recap: How that exhausting presidential debate unfolded

Follow Globe reporters and opinion writers for live updates as Joe Biden and Donald Trump face off in the first 2020 presidential debate from Cleveland.

About that presidential debate: A Q+A for Globe Subscribers

The Boston Globe's political reporters will discuss the first presidential debate and answer questions from subscribers about what just happened, and what we can expect in future debates between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Please note: You must use the email address associated with your Boston Globe subscription to register.

Watch live video: First presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden

President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden are meeting for their first debate beginning at 9 p.m.

Large crowds out, masks in: Debating in the age of the coronavirus

Instead of the usual auditorium setting, the debate is being hosted by the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University in the 27,000-square-foot atrium of the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion on the clinic’s Health Education Campus.

Elizabeth Warren says she won’t meet with Amy Coney Barrett

Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Tuesday that she will not meet with Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s pick to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.