They even considered the same thing as most sane people who pop in: President as being “unconstrained,” “arrogant,” “forceful”, “petty”, “chaotic” and “un-American,” per Politico.
For those lucky enough to skip the first presidential debate here are some words that would describe it: unobservable. National embarrassment Coming to life a nightmare came to life. Like peritoneal surgery without anesthesia. This was mostly because Donald Trump came to Ohio as himself and for 90 minutes interrupted Joe Biden constantly, ranting like a four-year-old with moderator Chris Wallace, inciting violence, mocking Biden’s son who’s struggling with substance abuse, and generally making the case that he is the worst person on Earth. And it wasn’t only Democrats who believed that, his base also found his performance.
But what about the strange group of people known as the “undecided voters” who look at the two candidates and say, “You know one is a decent human being who really wants what’s best for the country, and the other is a con man who likely spent decades committing tax fraud, separated immigrant children from their parents, helped kill more than 200,000 people, and publicly talks about dating his daughter— it’s such a tough choice!” What took the evening away from them? In fact, they considered the same thing as most sane people who popped in, the President as “unconstrained,” “arrogant,” “forceful,” “petty”, “chaotic” and “un-American,” per Politico. Qualities that clearly do not disqualify a person from winning a second term! The outlet writes
After watching the first presidential debate Tuesday night, undecided voters from the battleground states of the country still had lots to learn about coronavirus, racial injustice, and what each candidate would do to unite the country. Out of 15 undecided voters in a virtual focus group led by veteran Republican pollster Frank Luntz, four said they supported the Democratic nominee Joe Biden after watching the debate and two back President Donald Trump. The rest stayed on the fence. There were nine men and six women, and they came from Arizona, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Wisconsin and Nevada.
It is 90 minutes of watching that. How can you still be undecided?” a disgraceful Luntz asked. But why not explain that to me?