One question that began in Tuesday’s first general election debate about the Supreme Court quickly turned to health care, back-and-forth controversy, and ultimately direct humiliation.
Democrat nominee B Biden told President Donald Trump after laughing after most of his opponents’ revelations about how he unveiled a comprehensive health care plan during his first term in the White House, and asked President Donald Trump, “Will you stop?” ” Fox News moderator Chris Wallace’s statement that he was not.
It was at this very moment, when pressed by the apparent lack of his official proposal, that Trump remained aggressive, and spoke repeatedly on both the moderator and his opponent.
“Mr. President, can you finish it please?” Wallace pleaded at one point that Trump was making a fuss over Biden. “Please let him speak, Mr. President.”
The Cleveland Clinic discussion space in Ohio was the right setting for the topic that dominated the first segment. It was a fight that Biden had hoped to keep the campaign going for weeks, and it all started with his plan and experimental framework.
After the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg opened a surprising vacancy on the Supreme Court, the former vice president’s president, along with other Democrats, planned to deliver a message on how Trump would pledge to strike down a theoretically appointed new justice. Obamacare. That prospect became a step closer to reality in the eyes of Democrats when the president appointed Judge Amy Connie Barrett last weekend.
In the making of the “shut up” moment, Trump explained that “Obamacare is not good” and that “we made it better,” describing how “we stripped individual command, we guaranteed pre-existing conditions.”
“Not true,” Biden said, backing down and defending his top policy achievement under the Obama-Biden administration, an achievement he has repeatedly mentioned on a virtual campaign trial since March, when he first spoke to the nation about real, growing fears. Did. Coronavirus epidemic and the need for the Affordable Care Act.
“It sends wishful thinking,” Biden continued. “It has an executive order that has no power. He did not lower the price of the drug for anyone. He has been promising a health care plan since he was elected. He has nothing. Like almost everything he talks about, he has no plans. He has no plans. And the fact is, this guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about. “
Then in the early minutes of the night, Biden Sen, who campaigned as a hardliner, merged into a pot of potentially random claims about how he intended to take the party in a “radical left” direction. ‘(I-VT) primary campaign.
“I’m a Democrat right now,” Biden said.
Tripp, however, tried to paint Biden in an extreme way.
The former vice president tried to appeal directly to voters with incentives to vote if they wanted to say something about the future of the apex court, Trump repeatedly asked, “Are you going to pack the court?” He wanted to establish “radical left” judges before insisting on his opponent.
Biden, at the time, appeared to be losing his temper.
“This is so dishonest,” he said as he announced the end of that part of the night.
“It was a really productive sector, wasn’t it?” Biden fell silent. “Hold the y pin ‘man.”