It was a rare scene in which some of the president’s most ardent supporters in the conservative media criticized him, an indication of how badly Trump did in the fight with Biden.
“Donald Trump blew up the biggest live in the history of the debate by not condemning white superiors,” co-host Brian Kilmeid said, referring to the moment Trump refused to condemn white superiors after being asked if he would like to. made by the moderator of the debate Chris Wallace.
“I don’t know if he heard it, but he needs to clarify it right away,” Kilmeid added. “It’s like, ‘Are you against evil?’ “
Kilmaid was not the only one who tried to talk on the television screen with Trump, who is known to watch the program regularly.
Stephen Moore, the conservative media figure who has advised Trump on economic issues, has advised Trump to show more respect for the forum in future debates.
“The president has interrupted too much,”
In one of the most striking moments, Ari Fleischer, the former White House spokesman for President George W. Bush, pulled out a whiteboard with three pieces of advice for Trump: “1.) Break less 2.) Let Biden 3. 3. Summarize. “
“This is pure technique for collecting the points that the president wants to collect,” Fleischer said.
Tuesday night’s debate between Trump and Biden turned into chaos, dominated by frequent interference and Trump’s absolute refusal to obey the rules.
Early indications are that voters did not approve of Trump’s performance. An immediate CNN poll found that observers at the debate believed Biden had defeated Trump in the debate, with 60 percent saying Biden had won, compared to 28 percent for Trump.