Trump Refuses To Denounce White Supremacy In First Presidential Debate


The first Presidential debate was nothing short of chaotic.

On Tuesday (September 29), President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden faced-off in Cleveland, marking the first of three scheduled debates between the candidates ahead of the November 3 election.

Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace was the moderator of the debate, which covered a wide range of topics including the coronavirus pandemic, the Supreme Court, climate change, social injustice and the nationwide unrest sparked by police brutality, and more.

The debate devolved into chaos shortly after it began as Trump repeatedly interrupted and spoke over both Biden and Wallace, who struggled to maintain order throughout the debate.

Here are a few key moments from the hour-and-a-half-long debate:

Trump refuses to condemn white supremacists.

Trump on New York Times' report that he paid only $750 in federal taxes in 2016 and 2017.

Biden on Trump's large rallies amid a pandemic.

Trump claims Biden wants to "shut down the country" amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump says the COVID-19 vaccine is coming "very soon." Biden says that's not true.

After Trump repeatedly interrupts Biden, Biden says, "Will you shut up, man?"

Biden says the Democratic party "is me."

Trump on climate change.

Biden on why Americans should vote for him for President.

Trump on why Americans should vote for him for President.

Trump mocks Biden on mask-wearing.

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