Trump camp seeks extra debate rule: Third party inspectors to look for electronic devices in candidates' ears

Biden campaign asking for two breaks during the 90 minute commercial free showdown

Trump camp seeks extra debate rule: Third party inspectors to look for electronic devices in candidates' ears

 President Trump is asking for an additional ground rule ahead of Tuesday night’s first presidential debate between himself and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Fox News has learned that the president’s re-election campaign wants the Biden campaign to allow a third party to inspect the ears of each debater for electronic devices or transmitters. The president has consented to this kind of inspection, but Biden has not, so far, sources said.

NO HANDSHAKES BETWEEN BIDEN AND TRUMP AT DEBATE

Over the last several weeks, the former vice president's campaign has also requested two breaks -- one every 30 minutes -- to break up the 90-minute commercial-free program. But that request has been denied by their Trump counterparts, Fox News is told.

A Trump campaign source told Fox News that "our guy doesn't need breaks. He gives 90-minute speeches all the time."