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Faith Leaders React to Trump-Biden Debate

Trump-Biden debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participated in the first of three scheduled debates last night September 29, 2020.

Highlights of the Trump-Biden Debate

The debate which came across more like a reality show pilot was moderated by Fox News’ Chris Wallace, who was seen multiple times trying to control the room due to both candidates constantly interrupting each other.

Comments heard throughout the 90-minute debate were:

“Will You Shut Up Man!”

“The fact is that everything he’s saying here is a lie!”

“It’s hard to get any word in with this clown.”

“You are the worst president America has ever had.”

“He doesn’t want to answer the question.”

“This is so un-Presidential.”

“47 years, you’ve done nothing.”

“Will he just shush for a minute?”

“He’s a fool on this.”

“Show us your tax returns.”

“He’s the racist.”

“He never keeps his word.”

“You make up a lot.”

“This is not going to end well.”

You can watch the entire debate here.

Faith Leaders Respond to Trump-Biden Debate

“After watching the debate last night, we’re reminded that the problems we face as a nation cannot be solved without God.” – Franklin Graham

“Could Chris please exchange their mics for a set of walkie-talkies so they can’t talk at the same time?” – Beth Moore

This wasn’t a debate, it was a debacle. Senseless obfuscation and grandstanding. This left us with fewer answers and more confusion. What a horrible example of leadership for my boys to witness.” – Tedashii

“I missed the debate, but it sounds like we lost.” – Jen Wilken

“I’m not looking for a president but a King and His name is Jesus!” #Maranatha – Dr. Eric Mason

“I’m going to have to listen to the Psalms and/or Sade before bed tonight because this whole debate is exhausting.” #Debate2020 – Jackie Hill Perry

“I rise grieved today. Time for a run and prayer. Concerned for the future of our country (and my grandkids experience).” – Eric Hogue

“I haven’t been this stressed out since the last 5 minutes of Infinity War when half of everything I loved disappeared.” – John Cooper

“This is just sad and embarrassing.” – Esau McCaulley Ph.D

“Everyone should be able to condemn racism and white supremacy without any “but.” – Trillia Newbell

“I turned it on for 2 minutes and then turned it back off. I can’t imagine it got any better.” – Carlos Whittaker

“Why am I laughing so much at this debate? I can’t decide if it’s funny or sad. Or both. I might start crying as I laugh.” #Debates2020 – Eugene Cho

“The country lost tonight…” – Kirk Franklin

“This debate is emblematic of our inability to listen, graciously debate and stand on convictions, instead we rely on personal insults and petty tirades. Civil discourse has long been dead.” #2020Debates – Brady Boyd

The next presidential debate will take place in Miami on Oct. 15.

 

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