The TV debates ended with a loud exclamation from the audience that the current head of the White House is вЂњthe greatest president of all timeвЂќ.
U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Wednesday, September 30, held their first election debate, which should largely affect the sentiment of uncertain voters five weeks before the presidential election scheduled for November 3. The meeting of candidates was broadcast on a number of TV channels.
Thus, the opponents began the first debates in the run-up to the elections with a skirmish. Trump repeatedly interrupted Biden, who tried to focus attention on the fact that the Americans need to vote in the upcoming elections.
вЂњWill you shut up? That's not presidential,вЂќ the Democrat said outragedly.
Biden also accused the incumbent of panicking in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
вЂњMore than 200,000 people have already died and about 7 million are infected with the coronavirus.<...> But President Trump has no plan to fight the pandemic,вЂќ the Democrat answered the question of why he should trust more in the coronavirus question.
In addition, Biden called Trump a clown and the worst president in U.S. history.
In turn, the Republican candidate doubted the mental abilities of his rival.
вЂњThere is nothing smart about you, Joe. You haven't done anything in 47 years,вЂќ Trump said.
He also recalled Biden's cocaine problems with his son and stressed that he hadn't evaded income tax in recent years.
вЂњI paid millions of dollars in taxes,вЂќ Trump said.
The first TV debate ended with a loud exclamation from the audience that the current White House head is вЂњthe greatest president of all time.
On the eve of the meeting, Trump had significantly narrowed the gap with his opponent in the presidential election. The poll showed an improvement of three points for Trump and a two-point decline for Biden compared to the August results.