World Final debate saw ‘one hell of a TKO’ for Donald Trump

08:20  23 october  2020
08:20  23 october  2020 Source:   skynews.com.au

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The final presidential debate did not see either candidate land a knockout punch but there was “one hell of a TKO” when Joe Biden declared he would close-down the oil industry, according to Sky News host Paul Murray.

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The final presidential debate was set to be one of the most integral events of the election as the campaign comes to an end in just over ten days.

Both President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden landed blows on their opponents throughout, but Mr Biden’s declaration towards the end of the 90-minute event was “massive,” according to Mr Murray.

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Mr Biden said he would “transition from the oil industry” in a bid to improve the country’s pollution.

“The oil industry polluteS significantly. It has to be replaced by renewable energy over time,” the Democratic presidential nominee said.

Mr Murray Mr Biden's statement was “one hell of a TKO” and in states like Pennsylvania it will be the “tipping point” that will usher in a narrow Trump victory on November 3rd.

“America takes great pride in not being dependent on foreign oil,” Mr Murray said.

“Energy independence is something that Bush ran on a promise and Trump delivered in reality.”

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