• Trump's Comments About Family Separation At The Oct. 22 Debate Have People Horrified

    1 month ago - By Elite Daily

    On Thursday, Oct. 22, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off for a second and final debate. At the debate, moderator Kristen Welker asked the candidates about their stance on policies regarding immigration and Trump's notorious "zero-tolerance" family separation policy - and viewers were less than impressed with the president's commentary on the issue. Many thought Trump's comments about family separation at the Oct. 22 debate were callous, considering he did not share if there was a plan for how kids would be reunited with their families. The zero-tolerance policy...
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  • Biden & Trump's Exchange About Racism At The Oct. 22 Debate Really Went There

    Biden & Trump's Exchange About Racism At The Oct. 22 Debate Really Went There

    1 month ago - By Elite Daily

    Tonight's second face-off between Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden and incumbent President Donald Trump took place at the peak of election season, when millions of people across the country have already cast their ballots as early voters. With only 12 days until Nov. 3, this high-stakes night is the last opportunity both candidates have to go head to head and win over undecided voters. While there were many moments that had viewers on the edge of their seats, viewers all over Twitter were staggered by Biden and Trump's exchange about racism at the Oct. 22...
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  • As Trump misleadingly boasts of ‘rounding the turn' on Covid-19, Biden warns of ‘dark winter'

    As Trump misleadingly boasts of ‘rounding the turn' on Covid-19, Biden warns of ‘dark winter'

    1 month ago - By STAT

    WASHINGTON - President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden presented starkly different visions for the country's recovery from Covid-19 at the final presidential debate Thursday, with Biden warning of a “dark winter” and Trump downplaying the threat of the virus and urging Americans to return to work and to school.
    In the first segment of the debate, Trump doubled down on his misleading assessment that the U.S. is “rounding the turn” on Covid-19, insisting “it will go away.” The U.S. reported over 72,000 new coronavirus cases and over 1,000 deaths on Thursday. Biden, meanwhile...
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  • These Tweets About The Mute Button At The Oct. 22 Presidential Debate All Ask The Same Thing

    These Tweets About The Mute Button At The Oct. 22 Presidential Debate All Ask The Same Thing

    1 month ago - By Elite Daily

    The mute button made its grand debut at the Oct. 22 presidential debate, and people were ready. After the first Sept. 29 debate devolved into a trainwreck of interruptions and miscommunication, the Commission on Presidential Debates made a few format changes - including using a mute button to prevent candidates from talking over one another. Viewers on Twitter had a lot to say about the mute button, and these tweets about the mute button at the Oct. 22 presidential debate all ask the same thing. While President Donald Trump has always had issues with being cut off mid-sentence, he's had no...
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  • These Tweets About Trump's IRS Comment At The Oct. 22 Presidential Debate Have A Lot Of Questions

    These Tweets About Trump's IRS Comment At The Oct. 22 Presidential Debate Have A Lot Of Questions

    1 month ago - By Elite Daily

    On Thursday, Oct. 22, the topic of personal taxes came up once again as President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden faced off in Nashville once again - and viewers were scratching their heads about the president's claim he was "treated very badly" by the IRS. Following a raucous first outing, President Trump said that The New York Times report alleging that he'd only paid $750 in income taxes the first year of his presidency was missing a key detail.These tweets about the Oct. 22 presidential debate showed viewers were confused about Trump's "pre-pay" option...
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