When Trump intervenes during the debate, Biden says, 'Will you shut up, man?'

President Donald Trump spent most of the first 20 minutes of his first debate with former Vice President Joe Biden in an attempt to pit the Democrats against each other.

When Trump intervenes during the debate, Biden says, 'Will you shut up, man?'

During his inaugural address to the Supreme Court, Trump repeatedly spoke of the need for Biden to intervene. It was a series that ended with Biden saying, "Dude, are you going to shut up?"

True to form, Trump was swayed’ - calling Biden a "socialist" and accusing him of taking care of his party's left, repeatedly talking to former vice president and moderator Chris Wallace. It was the kind of attack that often raises the level of the president in his meetings.

Wallace repeatedly warned Trump to stop interfering and let Biden speak.

For about 15 minutes, the two candidates banned more general debate, but it did not last long, with the president resuming interference with Biden and Wallace.

"It's hard to say a word with this clown," Biden said, shaking his hand.

Wallace, who had to raise his voice to be heard’ repeatedly, was trying his best to maintain order by following the candidates, but he lashed out at President Donald Trump.

"Honestly, you've been interfering a lot," Wallace said at one point.

On one occasion, when he mocked Trump, he sarcastically asked the president if he wanted to change seats and become moderator.
The rush started back and forth, as Biden tried to answer a question about his healthcare plan. Trump tried to tie him to Bernie Sanders.

"I will not listen to him," Biden said, trying to ignore Trump. "The fact of the matter is, I hit, Bernie Sanders."

"Not at all," Trump nodded.

As Trump continued to intervene, Biden tried to get back on track. "It's a deal. Biden reiterated that he was "not on stage to lie" before the agreement was reached.

"Everyone knows he's a liar," Biden said.

Nazim sought control, urging Trump to remove Biden.

Wallace said, "Gentleman, you realize you're both talking at the same time.

As Wallace moved on to the next title, Biden joked sarcastically that "it was really a resultant class."

The predictions left behind were correct that the debate could be the most personal in modern times.


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