The Funniest Tweets about the Biden and Trump Town Halls

Brenda Watkins
October 16, 2020

"You're not like somebody's insane uncle and can just retweet whatever", Guthrie said.

"This was Savannah Guthrie versus Donald Trump, Lincoln-Douglas style", The Hill's media reporter told "Fox & Friends First", and despite NBC's best efforts to make it look like a "nightmare" for the president, Concha said he thought Trump handled himself well.

"People with masks are catching it all the time", Trump said.

Guthrie pressed Trump bringing up the fact that he retweeted a baseless QAnon conspiracy theory that former President Barack Obama had Navy SEALs killed over some odd plot involving an Osama bin Laden body double.

"I do a lot of retweets and frankly because the media is so fake and so corrupt, if I didn't have social media, I don't call it Twitter I call it social media, I wouldn't be able to get the word out", Trump said.

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"You don't know if you took a test the day of the debate?" she asked. "So we expect them to do their jobs and Joe Biden is going to do his". "You're not like somebody's insane uncle who can just retweet anything". The former Vice President was also leading Trump among independents, at 40 per cent versus 32 per cent. He was fine, but Biden without Trump? "There should be zero discrimination", Mr. Biden added.

There were apparently still hard feelings, given that Muir twice mentioned a nameless "another network" holding a Trump town hall.

"Has there ever been two more different presidential candidates than Trump or Biden?" asked The Washington Post's Glenn Kessler in a tweet.

Figures released Friday from Nielsen show that Biden's town hall on ABC averaged 13.9 million viewers, while Trump's averaged 10.6 million on NBC. He has also made some preemptive strikes criticizing NBC News' Kristen Welker, who is scheduled to moderate the second and last debate between Biden and Trump next week.

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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