Trump and Biden face off for final presidential debate in Nashville with Hunter laptop scandal and Covid to dominate

PRESIDENT Trump and Joe Biden are facing off for the final presidential debate in Nashville, with Hunter Biden's laptop scandal and Covid-19 to dominate the night.

The debate in Tennessee comes just 12 days ahead of the presidential election, as both candidates' campaigns have hit the ground in key battleground states in recent days.

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NBC News' Kristen Welker is moderating the debate at Belmont University – with updated rules set in place from the last event.

President Trump was seen taking notes at as Biden spoke about coronavirus – which he has not previously done.

The candidates began by debating coronavirus during the first segment.

President Trump again said the virus is "going away."

Biden slammed Trump's inaction.

As each candidate speaks, his opponent's microphone will be muted for the first two minutes of the 15-minute segment.

For the remaining 11 minutes, however, the microphones will be unmuted.

Key subjects that may be covered include the coronavirus pandemic, the courts with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett's vote upcoming on Monday, and Hunter Biden.

Just hours before Trump and Biden were set to take the stage in Nashville, Hunter Biden's ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski claimed Joe Biden was due to get a 10percent stake in Chinese business deal.

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