The final debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden has ended.
The Republican president and his Democratic rival last faced each other before the Americans voted on November 3rd.
The Thursday night debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee was far neater than the chaotic first outing last month.
While the third presidential debate was traditionally devoted exclusively to foreign policy, the topics selected by moderator Kristen Welker were “Fighting COVID-19”, “American Families”, “Race in America”, “Climate Change”, “National Security” and “Leadership” .
Mr Trump had vowed to leave the script and pound Mr Biden over revelations about his son Hunter Biden’s overseas business. While the problem was emerging, less attention was paid to it than some expected.
The President’s special guest was Tony Bobulinski, a former Hunter business associate who this week released a bombshell statement involving the former Vice President in his son’s overseas business.
Here’s what the experts and experts are saying about the debate.
Fox News host Chris Wallace, who moderated the first debate, said he was “jealous” and “would have liked to host this debate”.
“I thought it was a good debate with two visions competing,” he said.
“I thought Biden had much more specific plans, whether it be COVID, climate change or healthcare. I found the president’s presentation more fluid. There were clearly times when Joe Biden stalled a little when making his point or finishing his sentence. “
Wallace said the issues played “more to Biden’s advantage” and often put Mr Trump on the defensive.
He said he was “impressed” with Mr. Biden’s response to questions about his son and said he was “very successful in counteracting this” by immediately attacking Mr. Trump on his Chinese bank account and failing to submit his tax returns.
“In relation to key moments, the president talked a lot about it,” You have been in Washington all these years, you are all talking about no action, “Wallace said.
Wallace said Biden’s greatest moment was to come back to Trump’s claim that he was “the least racist person in the room” who has done more for black Americans than any other president since Abraham Lincoln.
Donna Brazile, former interim leader of the Democratic National Committee and now Fox News Commenter admitted that “this wasn’t Donald Trump’s Twitter, okay amen”.
“The tone was different, but it was still the Donald Trump refusing to release his taxes, claiming again that he has an exam – what are you hiding?” She said.
“Second, he said he had a health plan. Well where is it? It’s been 10 years. I think the most important thing Joe Biden said was, “I couldn’t make it through Congress” – well, that’s a deadlock, whether you’re a Republican or a Democratic president, the American people are sick of the deadlock. “
Conservative commentator Brit Hume said Mr Trump “may have been his best debating performance ever, but I thought the Vice President fought him at least a draw”.
“Trump was most effective when he asked why Biden hadn’t done all of the great things he had promised,” he said.
“Biden held up well, I think he stalled sometimes, but he didn’t have a really bad moment.”
CNN host Jake Tapper mocked Trump’s racism claim, saying he was “pretty sure Kristen Welker is less racist than Donald Trump”.
Tapper argued that Mr. Trump hadn’t spoken enough about the economy and was instead “absent” Breitbart Country that talks about laptops ”.
CNN political correspondent Abby Phillip said there was a “key moment that really embodies” that Mr. Trump doesn’t understand how to talk about the coronavirus pandemic.
“He kept repeating that we learn to live with it,” she said.
“And Joe Biden came back and said, ‘Actually, we’re going to die with it.’ I think that was the key moment. The president just wants to focus on the reopening, he doesn’t want to recognize the sacrifices the Americans have made. “
Rick Santorum, a former Republican politician and now CNN commentator, argued that Trump “completely impaled Joe Biden.”
“You saw a very different debate. I think Trump was right about his game. I think he skewered Joe Biden all over, ”he said. “Here Biden, just looking into the camera, is a typical politician.”
Former Obama administration official Van Jones said Trump “did his best and his best was not good enough.”
“It was the same stuff, just a little less volume, but no plan for the future,” he said.
“A great excuse for a bunch of mistakes and then beating Joe Biden all the time. It sounded better, it looked better, but there was nothing. ”
Jones said Mr. Trump “needed two things” tonight, neither of which happened.
“Trump didn’t have to come off like a crazy maniac, and he needed Joe Biden to completely bomb,” he said.
Republican Senator Lindsay Graham said he “never felt better when President Trump was re-elected than I am now.”
“The president rose tonight, Biden fought,” he told Fox News host Sean Hannity.
“The amazing news for me tonight is that Vice President Biden is going to destroy the oil and gas industry in the United States that came out of his own mouth.”
Hannity said Mr. Trump “called the left to lie after lie after lie”.
Podcast host Dan Bongino argued that “Millions of Americans heard about the Biden criminal family and what really happened for the first time tonight due to a media outage.”
“Tonight there are a lot of people putting that on a search engine,” he told Fox News.
CNN host Wolf Blitzer said the “lowest moment” was Trump’s claim to be the least racist person in the room.
The network asked its group of undecided North Carolina voters about the comment.
“I was quite shocked to be honest, I thought at this point people would teach him what to say and what not to say,” said one African American on the panel.
When asked for a show of hands, none of the panels said Mr Trump won the debate, nine raised their hands for Mr Biden and two said it was a tie.
CNN’s instant poll of debate watchers relayed the debate to Mr Biden.
“The winner of that debate was Joe Biden, 53 to 39 percent,” said CNN political director David Chalian.
Republican pollster Frank Luntz said the words his focus group used to describe Mr. Trump were “controlled,” “reluctant,” “balanced,” “cheater” and “surprisingly presidential”.
Mr. Biden has been described as “vague”, “unspecific”, “elusive”, “defensive” and “grandfatherly”.
Former Fox News host and 2016 debate host, Megyn Kelly, who was addressed by rude comments from Mr Trump saying she was in her period at the time, gave the president the night.
“Trump won this debate easily,” tweeted Kelly. “Biden wasn’t a force at all. Trump was content, factual and in a good mood. Definitely helped himself when it came down to it. “
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