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We knew the election campaigns were physically and nervously demanding. But two days before the highly anticipated first debate between Donald Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, it seems that the president is taking this fact very seriously.
Accustomed to projections on Twitter, the outgoing president formulated this Sunday a new surprising idea. He demands an anti-doping test from his opponent before or after the presidential debate. “His performance during the debates was UNMATCHED like never before, to put it mildly. Could only drugs have caused these deviations ??? “, We can read in his tweet. "Of course, I will agree to take one too," he adds.
Interruptions and Insults: All About the Very Uncivil Tone of the First Presidential Debate
Trump repeatedly interrupted and heckled Biden, who responded by calling the President a "clown" and telling him to "shut up"The candidates regularly attacked each other’s character, as Trump repeatedly interrupted and heckled Biden, who responded by calling the President a “clown” and telling him to “shut up.” Moderator Chris Wallace often failed to get the discussion back on track.
I will be strongly demanding a Drug Test of Sleepy Joe Biden prior to, or after, the Debate on Tuesday night. Naturally, I will agree to take one also. His Debate performances have been record setting UNEVEN, to put it mildly. Only drugs could have caused this discrepancy ???- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
Known for his blunders and slips, Joe Biden admitted that the televised confrontation would be "difficult" between them, who in the past have already threatened to come to terms with hands. "It will be mainly personal attacks and lies," he said of the Republican billionaire, "that's all he can do." “He doesn't know how to discuss the facts. He's not that smart, ”he continued.
"Tell you a lie, you repeat it over and over"
Opinion: Post-debate commentary from CNN contributors
CNN Opinion asked contributors for their takes on how Donald Trump and Joe Biden did in the first presidential debate. The views expressed in this commentary are their own. © Provided by CNN Alice Stewart Scott Jennings: This was a hot mess My gut reaction to this debate is that Donald Trump will feel great about tying up and bludgeoning Joe Biden all night, Biden is wondering whether to show up at the next two debates and moderator Chris Wallace is planning to throw himself in a hot bath and cry.
The old Democrat politician will rarely be in the spotlight. In the name of health precautions linked to the Covid-19 pandemic, he is leading a more discreet campaign than that of the former businessman. After this first 90-minute duel, moderated by Fox News reporter Chris Wallace, two other debates between the two candidates are scheduled before the presidential election on November 3.
Donald Trump never ceases to mock the lack of dynamism of his rival, whom he nicknames "sleeping Joe", even to suggest in him a form of senility. He also insists that Joe Biden, a pure product of the moderate wing of the Democratic Party, is a “puppet” of the radical left.
"He's a bit like Goebbels," replied the Democratic candidate. According to him, the president applies the recipes of the head of Nazi propaganda Joseph Goebbels: "You tell a lie again and again, you repeat it, repeat it, repeat it, so that it becomes a given."
AOC Calls Trump a 'White Supremacist' After Proud Boys Debate Comments
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) made the remark in response to comments made by the president in the election debate.Trump was asked if would condemn "white supremacists and militia groups" and pressed to do so by Fox News moderator Chris Wallace and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Donald Trump intends to arrive at the haloed debate, among his base, of the choice of Amy Coney Barrett, a magistrate known for her traditionalist religious convictions, to sit on the Supreme Court following the death of the judge progressive Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
He hopes that it will galvanize the Christian right, on which he largely relied during his surprise election four years ago, and beyond all the conservative camp, in order to catch up again in the polls.
Sunday morning, during an interview on the Fox News channel, he again predicted a "rapid" confirmation by the Senate, where his Republican camp has the majority, despite the last wishes of Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg who had asked not to be replaced before the presidential inauguration in January.
The specter of a lasting Supreme Court on the right
Unless there is a huge surprise, Amy Coney Barrett, 48, will strengthen the conservative majority within this key institution which settles the great debates of American society.
Joe Biden called on the Senate not to "decide" until "the Americans have chosen their next president". But he knows that his camp has no leverage to stop the process. The Democrats are therefore trying to shake the specter of a Supreme Court lasting right to mobilize their electorate.
Joe Biden's running mate, Kamala Harris, accused Republicans of wanting to "destroy" Obamacare, the health insurance law passed under the Democratic presidency of Barack Obama, and "reverse" the historic ruling that recognized in 1973 a constitutional right of women to have an abortion.
'Mailmen selling ballots. Dumped in rivers. Found in creeks': Trump makes unfounded claims about mail-in voting .
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