Joe Biden was the first to interrupt at the first presidential debate. That being said, President Trump interrupted a lot. Sure, he had to defend himself from Joe’s constant lies.
But it wasn’t a great experience for the viewer.
At Thursday’s debate, mics will be cut.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden will have their microphones cut off in Thursday’s debate while their rival delivers their opening two-minute answer to each of the debate topics.Trending:
The 90-minute debate is divided into six 15-minute segments, with each candidate granted two minutes to deliver uninterrupted remarks before proceeding to an open debate. The open discussion portion of the debate will not feature a mute button, but interruptions by either candidate will count toward their time in the second and final debate Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Debate commission adopts new rules to mute microphones to allow Trump, Biden 2 minutes of uninterrupted time per segment.
— Haleigh Hoffman (@HaleighHoffman) October 19, 2020
Joe Biden walks away as a reporter asks him about the FBI seizing his son Hunter’s laptop
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 18, 2020
CBS's Ed O'Keefe on Face The Nation: "[Joe Biden] will not be seen again after today until Thursday night."
REMINDER: Joe Biden and his campaign have not disputed the authenticity of the bombshell emails which detail the extensive corruption of the Biden family. pic.twitter.com/obMn3QRxKS
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 18, 2020
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