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Trump, Biden go after each other in a less chaotic final debate

Trump, Biden go after each other in a less chaotic final debate

President Trump and Joe Biden made their case attempting to persuade undecided voters in the final presidential debate. An absence of disruptions yielded a more substantive debate over issues including the economy, race, climate change, healthcare and immigration. On the pandemic,Trump defended his approach. Biden was defensive of his family, accusing Trump of trying to distract Americans.

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MerryMe
MerryMe 0 months

Biden did well in this debate on healthcare. He had a good and to-the-point, specific answer. I think that was his best moment, even if I I don't like the answer. He looked foolish on immigration-- between Trump hitting on cages and his ridiculous claim about all those kids coming with parents when we know that's not true, plus his rambling on catch & release. His "I don't see blue and red" and his breathy appeals to the American public came off as weak, staged and artificial. Overall, I thought he looked old, weak, bumbling on too many answers...like he can't think clearly and well. And paste-y + powdery. Trump, I thought, had nice answers on several topics. He was very strong and logical on COVID and the economy, and his appeals for commonsense and let's not kill people's morale and businesses as we combat COVID was very effective. He was strong on the economy and how he's helped black/brown communities. (I thought this was particularly good, but don't see it getting any attention, but it wasn't really a point of contention and back and forth in the debate. People would rather focus on Biden calling him Abraham Lincoln and Trump saying he's the least racist person in the room even though there was no substance there whatsoever.) BUT he could have done better on the "feeling" part of the answer. He needed a much better response to people living near oil companies/ the fence line. Trump was certainly much more effective in tone, being real. Trump showing appreciation for the moderator and the way she was handling the debate -- I also liked that because I, too, thought she did a great job. Really, the moderator shouldn't be noticed or newsworthy the next day, but she deserves recognition. Good, challenging, researched questions to each, and personalized with enough detail that the audience knew where the question was coming from. Can't wait to see how Hunter Biden/laptop/emails/Toby B., etc., plays out. And Trump hitting on Biden's straightforwardness / truthfulness, plus having the Biden fracking clip up already... liar is not a great look. I'm watching different news shows this morning and the way that Biden/China/son is being presented is disgraceful. After all Biden's character statements... this should be getting more attention.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful 0 months

Refreshing to see a debate where both candidates remained civil. Well moderated too. Nice and fair. Gave both the chance to put forth their points to the people. Also touched upon sensitive topics for each of them.

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