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Pennsylvania Lt. Gov Fetterman's Senate campaign says his stroke recovery will determine under what conditions he agrees to any debate with Republican challenger Mehmet Oz.

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The Democrat suffered a stroke earlier this year, significantly hampering his ability to campaign, and only returned to the campaign trail on August 12.

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According to Fetterman's campaign, they are in good health and have no problem conversing with each other, but the "chaotic auditory environment" can cause problems.

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"We're working to figure out what a fair debate would look like, given the long-term effects of the hearing process," said Rebecca Katz, a strategist for the Fetterman campaign.

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Fetterman, along with his wife, will join Stephanie Ruhle on MSNBC for what is being billed as his first sit-down interview since suffering a stroke in May on Wednesday night.

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The Oz campaign released a list of derisive "concessions" they would make to Fetterman for the debate, including "at no point will Dr. Oz intentionally hurt John's feelings."

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