The Funniest Tweets about the Biden and Trump Town Halls

Savannah Guthrie Tells Donald Trump He’s ‘Not A Crazy Uncle Who Can Retweet Anything’ — Watch

Savannah Guthrie Tells Donald Trump He’s ‘Not A Crazy Uncle Who Can Retweet Anything’ — Watch

Guthrie also asked him if he supports QAnon, a viral conspiracy theory that states "a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles is running a global child sex-trafficking ring and plotting against President Donald Trump, who is battling against them". "That was an opinion of someone, and that was a retweet", Trump said. Just in case you were lucky enough to be unaware of it though, there is an imminent election in the U.S. Given where we are in terms of the pandemic and the economy, it will be an important one for energy investors, indeed for all investors, so ignoring it and hoping it goes away just isn't an option.

"I don't get that", she said. You're the president. You're not like someone's insane uncle who can retweet whatever.

Trump dropped from the second debate after the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that the event would be held virtually in light of Trump's recent coronavirus diagnosis - forcing the commission to cancel the debate and instead the candidates each held town halls. That decision opened the network to sharp criticism - including a protest letter sent Thursday by more than 100 Hollywood creators and celebrities like Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen, Sterling K. Brown and Sarah Silverman.

During the town hall event, the mother of a transgender child asked Biden how he would protect the LGBTQ community if he were elected president.

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"It's just decency", he told ABC's George Stephanopoulos.

President Trump on Friday called Joe Biden and son Hunter "a crime family", and the president's supporters in Florida began chanting, "Lock him up!"

"That was a retweet", Trump said. The format is the same as the first debate: Each segment will last about 15 minutes, and the candidates will have two minutes to respond after the moderator, NBC's Kristen Welker, opens each segment with a question.

The second presidential debate had originally been scheduled for Thursday, but Trump pulled out of the event after organizers chose to turn it into a virtual affair following his diagnosis two weeks ago.

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