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Politics United States. For Biden, Trump's behavior during the debate is a "national disgrace"

21:25  30 september  2020
21:25  30 september  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

Interruptions and Insults: All About the Very Uncivil Tone of the First Presidential Debate

  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.

Joe Biden, mercredi 30 septembre lors d’une visite dans l’Ohio. © ROBERTO SCHMIDT / AFP Joe Biden, Wednesday, September 30, during a visit to Ohio.

The day after the first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate lambasted the behavior of the American president.

Democratic White House candidate Joe Biden claimed on Wednesday September 30 that the behavior of Donald Trump during the first chaotic debate for the US presidential on November 3 was a "national disgrace" .

"Maybe I shouldn't say that but the way the President of the United States behaved, I find it a national disgrace" , said the former US vice president during 'a campaign stop in Alliance, Ohio.

‘Trump was like a wild beast’

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"Not only did he attack me and my family all the time, but he also attacked moderator" of the debate, he scoffed.

"Vote"

The Democratic candidate for the White House returned to campaign Wednesday, traveling by train through Ohio and Pennsylvania, industrial lands where he himself has his roots (in Scranton).

Asked if the President of the United States had during the debate once again refused to condemn white supremacists, Joe Biden added to the press: "My message to the Proud Boys and any other group of white supremacists is “Stop everything”. It doesn't sound like us. It doesn't represent us Americans. "

Former Vice President Barack Obama also urged Americans to go to the polls on November 3: " Vote, whatever way is most convenient for you, but vote. "

'Will you shut up, man?': Testy exchanges on health care, Supreme Court among debate top moments .
They bickered on who should appoint the next Supreme Court justice, their stances on health care and even brought each other’s families into the fray. Moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News struggled to rein in the candidates and at times admonished Trump as interrupting more frequently than Biden. © Mario Tama, Getty Images A server wears a face shield and face-covering as people sit to watch a broadcast of the first debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.

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