The second presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden has officially been cancelled.
The two political rivals were schedule to faceoff on Oct. 15.
On Thursday the Commission on Presidential Debates announced the debate would happen virtually due to the President contracting the coronavirus. Friday they confirmed that it would be cancelled altogether.
Trump said he would not be willing to participate in the debate remotely.
The third debate is still scheduled to take place in Nashville, Tennessee on Oct. 22.