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Lessons from the town hall: Trump regularly dodges the crux of issues

 

 

Trump did not have an easy time of his town hall the other night.  He made statements which the moderators fact checked to show were false.  He kept trying to dodge questions.  If this is a preview of the debates, it will be a very entertaining show.

 

At his town hall, Trump repeatedly fell back on blaming China for the virus, and he did not directly answer questions about what more he could have done to stop its inevitable spread in the United States. “We also have a very big country — we’re talking a lot bigger than most countries,” he said at one point to justify higher deaths per capita in the United States than in other industrialized nations.

 

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/09/18/what-trump-biden-town-halls-taught-us-about-their... 

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Suppose that Biden and his group have been taking notes on trump!

What it would appear, that it will be easy to box trump in a corner...will Biden keep him there, and show trump to be the bad, selfish child that he is. 
Biden has the opportunity to gain points from the first debate...will trump even show up?

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@williamb39198 wrote:

Suppose that Biden and his group have been taking notes on trump!

What it would appear, that it will be easy to box trump in a corner...will Biden keep him there, and show trump to be the bad, selfish child that he is. 
Biden has the opportunity to gain points from the first debate...will trump even show up?


I think Biden will make a point of showing how he actually understands the issues and has a coherent policy to address them.  Not the 2016 retread Trump is pushing. Trump can not focus long enough to go though practice sessions but Biden will be ready for anything Trump tries.  Tricks like stalking up to Biden won't work. They have seen Trump's act. 

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