'Chaotic disaster' in Cleveland as Biden, Trump clash during debate
Many people are expressing disappointment because the first debate was short on policy and long on insults. WRAL's Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie provides some insight on the first presidential debate.
A Clash in Cleveland as President Trump and Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden go toe to toe.
Today many are expressing disappointment because the first debate was short on policy and LONG on insults.
Joining us to talk about two topics that has everyone talking is WRAL Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie.
Jeff, it's difficult to describe that debate as anything other than a chaotic disaster.
It seemed like the two candidates and the moderator spent as much as time shouting at each other as they did discussing any relevant issues.
But there were a few moments in that debate that have people talking around the world.
One was a question from moderator Chris Wallace to President Donald Trump asking if he was willing to condemn white supremacists and militia groups and to say that they need to stand down.
Let's hear that exchange.