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    Who Will Win The First Presidential Debate? (Reader Poll)

    Who Will Win The First Presidential Debate? (Reader Poll)

    The media will play the expectations game, but voters finally get an unfiltered view of Biden after months in the basement.

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    The first presidential debate, moderated by Fox News’ Chris Wallace, is Tuesday night, September 29, 2020, starting at 9 p.m. Eastern.

    We will have live coverage and follow up.

    The debate is long-anticipated, and given Joe Biden’s hiding act as deliberate campaign strategy, the first time he may face tough questions from Wallace — and Trump. Expectations have been lowered so far for Biden that if he shows up and speaks coherent sentences, the media will declare it a victory. But the American people will get an unfiltered live view.

    Trump has faced the hostile media with such intensity for so long, there seems less downside, but failing to get a decisive win could be portrayed as a loss.

    So, what do you think?

    Poll Open Until 8 p.m. Eastern on Tuesday.


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    I think the toughest question that Chris Wallace is likely to ask Joe Biden will be something along the lines of, “Mr. Vice President, what question would you like me to ask you?”

    I also wouldn’t be surprised if Wallace addresses Biden as “Mr. Vice-President”, and addresses Trump as “Mr. Trump.”

    Not to be terribly off topic, but this debate comes on the same day as General Flynn’s dismissal hearing. I wonder how much that event will effect the debate.


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