Here’s how Michiganders can watch Thursday’s presidential debate

Here’s how Michiganders can watch Thursday’s presidential debate

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By Kyle Kaminski

June 25, 2024

Want to tune into this week’s live debate between President Joe Biden and ex-President Donald Trump? 

MICHIGAN—Here are the details:

The first presidential debate of the election season is set for 9 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 27.

President Joe Biden will face off against ex-President Donald Trump for 90 minutes inside CNN’s studios in Atlanta, with the debate moderated by Jake Tapper and Dana Bash.

The debate will air live on CNN, CNN International, and CNN en Español, as well as stream on Max for subscribers. It will also be available to be streamed without a cable login on

Additional broadcast and cable news networks—like USA Today and NPR—will also have live streams available (with commentary) on their Youtube pages and other social media platforms. 

Biden and Trump are also set for a second debate on Sept. 10.

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  • Kyle Kaminski

    Kyle Kaminski is an award-winning investigative journalist with more than a decade of experience covering news across Michigan. Prior to joining The ‘Gander, Kyle worked as the managing editor at City Pulse in Lansing and as a reporter for the Traverse City Record-Eagle.

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