CNN media network announced additional details on the June 27 debate between US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, setting the stage for what is expected to be a tumultuous stand off between the two frontrunners ahead of the general election.

The 90-minute debate, held in Atlanta, Georgia, will be moderated by CNN's Jake Tapper and Dana Bash. Both campaign have already accepted the invitation to the debate and agreed to the rules set forth in the debate, according to CNN.

There will be two commercial breaks but campaign staff can't interact with the candidates during that time. The debate won't feature a live studio audience - as have other general election debates in the past - and candidates' podium positions will be determined by a coin flip, according to a CNN press release.

And more notably, microphones will be muted throughout the debate except when it is a candidate's turn to speak, according to CNN.

The candidates will be provided with a pen, pad of paper and a water bottle, but are prohibited from bringing props or pre-written notes.

CNN wrote in its release that the moderators will be allowed to "use all tools at their disposal to enforce timing and ensure a civilized discussion.