Mute buttons, Lincoln and a watch: Six takeaways from the Trump-Biden debate
News

Mute buttons, Lincoln and a watch: Six takeaways from the Trump-Biden debate

Newsdesk |
October 23, 2020

Trailing in opinion polls with the Nov. 3 election just 12 days away, President Donald Trump was under pressure during Thursday’s final debate to revive his flagging campaign against Democratic rival Joe Biden.


As per news report of Reuters, here are six takeaways from the debate:

A MORE CIVILIZED EVENING

After the first Trump-Biden debate in September devolved into a chaotic shouting match, moderators said they would mute each candidate’s microphone to allow the other to speak without interruption for two minutes at the outset of each 15-minute debate segment. The mute button did not much come into play, and even during the remaining free debate segments, the candidates maintained a more civil demeanor than at their last meeting.

Source -NDTV


Read More >>


If you like the story and if you wish more such stories, support our effort Make a donation.




Loading...

If you believe investigative journalism is essential to making democracy functional and accountable support us. »