By LISA WATERS Posted April 06, 2020 03:00:54A debate moderator is the person who decides what questions will be asked, according to ABC News.
The decision to use one is made by the ABC’s senior VP of news and current head of political analysis, Chris Liddell.
While Liddells job has been to decide what questions to ask in all of ABC’s presidential debates, this year the ABC will have three debates, three debates per night, so there are a lot of different kinds of questions that the debate moderator has to decide.
For instance, there are many things that are covered in a national debate that are not covered by the national debate, including the topics of policy, the economy, national security, and foreign policy.
The first of these debates, on May 3, will take place in Des Moines, Iowa, a city that’s home to the state’s largest media market.
There are more than 1.3 million ABC News subscribers in Iowa, and that number is expected to grow.
This is ABC News’ first presidential debate, so ABC News and the presidential candidates will have to figure out a way to connect with the voters in this state.
ABC News’ moderators will also be making the rounds of major media sites, including ABC News, the Washington Post, and Bloomberg.
At the same time, there will be three debates of their own, with one hosted by NBC’s Lester Holt, who will also serve as moderator.
“We’re going to ask the questions that you have heard and seen on the campaign trail,” Liddett said, in an ABC News interview.
“It will be a great debate for the candidates, and it’s going to be a terrific debate for our audience.”
As the debate season gets underway, ABC News will be looking to its moderators to help make the best decisions possible in a number of areas, from whether to include a live studio audience, to what questions are appropriate to ask, and what questions don’t fit into the normal format of a debate.
Liddell said the questions the candidates will ask will be based on the topics that matter most to them.
One area of discussion that is likely to be discussed at the debate is the future of Medicare.
In the meantime, ABC will continue to host a series of debates with candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination.
The presidential race is expected, and the debate moderators will be able to ask questions about issues like jobs, health care, the deficit, and national security.
ABC will be the first news organization to have debates with these candidates.
Liddells current job is to help guide the debates, and he’s looking forward to this new role, which he said will be filled by someone who knows what they’re doing.
“I’m not going to sit there and watch a debate with somebody who’s not going get it,” Liddle said.
“And I’m not worried about it.
I know I can be more of an effective moderator than somebody who hasn’t done that.”
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