i was nopt expecting anything else

 

God bless america ....i did not  expect anything less  from this  vicious ...... culturally inept........uneducated ....blood thirsty....... money grabbing.......war mongering ...satanical........bullying bohemoth of what is called  a  country ...when we  know its a  business ......nothing personal ......its like wal mart only a country .........


4 takeaways from the most juvenile presidential debate in U.S. history

Andrew Romano
West Coast Correspondent
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After months of anticipation, President Trump and his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, finally met onstage in Cleveland Tuesday night for the first presidential debate of 2020 — perhaps the single most important moment of the fall campaign.

But “presidential debate” is too dignified a phrase to describe what actually went down Tuesday at Case Western University. “Foodfight” is the more fitting term — with one candidate, Trump, determined to sling a torrent of false and misleading attacks at his Democratic opponent, and the other, Biden, often struggling to reach the end of a sentence without getting sidetracked by Trump’s haranguing interruptions. 

“Gentlemen! I hate to raise my voice, but why should I be different than the two of you?” moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News was forced to shout after the umpteenth unintelligible spat of the evening. “I think that the country would be better served if we allowed both people to speak with fewer interruptions. I’m appealing to you, sir,” Wallace said, turning to Trump, “to do that.” 

“Well, and him, too,” Trump muttered, gesturing toward Biden. 

“Well, frankly, you’ve been doing more interrupting than he has,” Wallace retorted. 

“Well, that’s all right,” Trump continued, “but he does plenty.” 

“Well, sir, less than you have,” Wallace said. 

Such was the level of discourse throughout the evening, thanks to Trump. Here are four takeaways from the most juvenile presidential debate in U.S. history. 

Trump tried to rattle Biden — but it probably wasn’t enough to shake up the race 

President Trump and Joe Biden at the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Brian Snyder/Reuters, Julio Cortez/AP)
President Trump and Joe Biden at the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, 2020, in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: Brian Snyder/Reuters, Julio Cortez/AP)

Despite a series of real-world upheavals — the COVID-19 pandemic, the resulting economic collapse, a racial reckoning in the streets — the presidential race between Trump and Biden has remained remarkably stable. Exactly one year ago, Biden was leading Trump by 7.6 percentage points, on average; today, Biden is ahead by 7. If the election were held right now, forecasters predict that Biden would win 331 electoral votes







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