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It's debate week 3 again – Trump won't be able to help himself with old tricks

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The second actual debate will happen on Thursday from Tennessee. Trump won’t be able to help himself in terms of interrupting Biden. Or perhaps there will be some of the same stunts as 2016.



— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) October 18, 2020


— (@MeidasTouch) October 18, 2020

Now begin bets on whether Tara Reade makes an appearance on the day of the debate, as the Trump patterns from 2016 also appear. Because it’ll be simply be framed as a book promotion at which Trump might even appear. Because there are no coincidences.


— Yahoo News (@YahooNews) October 13, 2020

Donald Trump’s economic adviser Stephen Moore was captured on video complaining about the president’s “crappy” debate performance against his Democratic rival Joe Biden.

“It was not a great performance by Trump; in fact, I thought it was a pretty crappy performance,” Moore told a crowd gathered in Washington earlier this month for the “Election Protection Summit” by the Trump-supporting FreedomWorks nonprofit organization.

Moore also conceded that Trump’s first debate against former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election was similarly “awful.”

“Oh my God, he was so bad in that debate, just awful,” Moore said at the Oct. 2 reception kicking off the conference in a video obtained by watchdog group Documented, which probes corporate influence on public policy.


— Joseph A. Wulfsohn (@JosephWulfsohn) October 13, 2020


— Boo (@poochine52) October 18, 2020


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