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Entertainment Bill Murray Says He Could Moderate The Next U.S. Presidential Debate If He Has Enough Coffee

17:46  07 october  2020
17:46  07 october  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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She suggested if Murray moderated the next presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, “we could actually The stock market took a sharp dip following the president ’ s tweet with the declaration. Murray , who is known to pull surprise appearances and

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Caffeine is all it would take to get Bill Murray to moderate the next U.S. presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

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“After a couple cups of coffee I think I could do it," the actor jokes during an appearance on the Fox Business Network.

Known for making surprise appearances and his photobombing skills, Murray was an "observer" in the background of "The Claman Countdown" on Tuesday. Murray could be spotted on the couch, flipping through a magazine in the background of reporter Robert Wolf’s remote hit from his home in Martha's Vineyard.

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Wolf says Murray is a fan of the show and stopped by following a round of golf. "He’s a pretty good caddy," he adds.

Host Liz Claman posed a question to the actor about the stock market, asking if Murray had any shares, as she and Wolf joke that he must own Apple TV+ shares ahead of the release of "On The Rocks", his new movie for the streaming site.

"I don’t buy anything," Murray replies. "People just give me gifts."

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