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Robert F Kennedy Jr. • Former US President Donald Trump • Tesla and SpaceX Elon Musk
Elon Musk's X and NewsNation reportedly plan to host presidential town halls with Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Axios reports. The outlet said the Biden campaign has not agreed to participate.
Axios cited two sources familiar with the plans: The pair have agreed in principle to separate live interviews as part of a new video series, titled 'The People's Town Hall', per the sources, though the dates and locations have yet to be set.

Per Axios:
The live feeds will be available to all X users globally.

The new live town hall format will allow users to submit questions to debate moderators before the event and in real time.

Moderators will have final say over what is asked. Moderators for each event have not yet been determined, but they will likely include at least one NewsNation host, alongside other journalists.

X will create a live event page for each town hall to promote the live feed and curate conversations around the event.

Sources told Axios that Yaccarino approached NewsNation parent Nexstar about the concept. The idea, from her point of view, is to make X the destination in which everyday people can have a greater voice in the political process.
RFK, Jr. wrote:
"I look forward to holding Presidents Biden and Trump accountable for their records @CNN debate in Atlanta June 27 to give Americans the debate they deserve."

"You should be in the debate," Musk responded.

RFK Jr. later asked Elon Musk if he would host a debate.
"Sure," Musk replied.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden are scheduled to participate in debates hosted by CNN and ABC News.

Perhaps we'll see a debate hosted on X before November 5th.