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Widespread reactions to Biden’s weak performance in electoral duel with Trump

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The first presidential debate between Joe Biden, the current President of the United States, and Donald Trump, the former President, has been met with widespread reactions.

The hosts of this electoral duel announced that nearly 50 million people watched this gripping competition on television, with millions more following it on social media networks.

Biden and Trump, compelled by the electoral competition, stood firm at the designated venue and directly engaged in the debate.

This 90-minute electoral duel was hosted by CNN. The network’s post-debate polling shows that 67% of viewers favored Donald Trump’s performance.

BBC World Service reported, “Joe Biden’s campaign team was prepared to defend his performance after the debate with Donald Trump vigorously. However, they found themselves cornered in the ring.”

The editorial board of The New York Times also commented on Biden’s weak performance in this electoral debate, suggesting that he should step aside from continuing the competition to allow another Democratic nominee to enter the electoral arena.

During this debate, Biden had a weak and hoarse voice, and his memory performance was criticized in several instances. Trump, however, continued the debate relatively well, deflecting not only his own attacks but also those of his opponent.

This situation led Biden’s campaign team to face a wave of questions about his age and weak performance. A BBC correspondent reported from the duel site that Biden’s campaign team “found themselves cornered in the ring.”

Trump’s campaign team, focusing on Biden’s weak performance, claimed a “great victory.” Immediately after the debate, Trump said in a speech without facing any media pressure, “Joe Biden’s problem isn’t his age. It’s his competence. He’s severely incompetent.”

Biden, who faced significant media pressure, defended himself by saying, “I know I’m not young, that’s clear. I won’t easily yield to the past… I might not have performed well, but I know how to tell the truth and do my job as President.”

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