Biden says Trump 'will step down' if he loses election

Biden says Trump 'will step down' if he loses election

"Yeah", CNN host Chris Cuomo added.

However, amid the president's torrent of misleading or inaccurate claims he did find time to directly address the white supremacist Proud Boys group.

"I wish I could see it that way, because I think a lot of people share your observation", Cuomo said. "It can help increase your ability to pay attention, stay focused on an activity, and control behavior problems".

When pressed on Trump's unwieldy performance and whether his approach will change during upcoming debates against Biden, McEnany noted that the next debate set for October 15 in Miami, Florida will be in a "much different format" because it's a town hall where the President will be talking to voters.

The Commission on Presidential Debates says it's adding new tools to maintain order to the upcoming debates after a chaotic first debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

Lawless, an Associate Editor of the American Journal of Political Science who was quoted in Politico Wednesday morning, appeared on GoLocal LIVE to share her perspective.

The trending Biden quote came early on in the debate as the two candidates were going head-to-head over Justice Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court and whether or not Biden would pack the court with Democrats. "Naturally, I will agree to take one also".

Biden's deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield responded to Trump's comments, disparaging the president and accusing him of trying to deflect from the coronavirus pandemic.

But look, no matter the number of astonishing moments-like when Trump was asked to condemn white supremacists, but instead told the Proud Boys to "stand back and stand by"-there were some great, if not shocking, zingers from Biden".

Despite the mudslinging during the contentious first presidential debate, both presidential campaigns raised money from it. "MEGA donors will MAX OUT to Joe", meaning Trump expects to get the maximum contribution allowed by law. "Gee, I wonder why?"

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