Joe Biden and Donald Trump's fiery first debate-Here are the highlights
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden got heated during their first chance to challenge each other face to face during the first presidential debate. Hardly a minute went by without one of the candidates interrupting the other, whether on the coronavirus, the Supreme Court or the economy. Even the moderator, Fox News' Chris Wallace, couldn't always stay above the fray. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: cnb.cx/2NGeIvi
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden had their first chance to challenge each other face to face. They did - a lot.
Hardly a minute went by in the 90-minute brawl without one of the candidates angrily interrupting the other, whether on the coronavirus pandemic, the Supreme Court, the economy or anything else, including each other’s families.
“Will you shut up, man?” Biden snapped at Trump at one point. “You’re the worst president America has ever had,” he said later.
“China ate your lunch,” Trump shot back at Biden during questions on the economy.
Even the moderator, Fox News’ Chris Wallace, couldn’t always stay above the fray.
“I hate to raise my voice, but why shouldn’t I be different than the two of you?” the exasperated host said at one point.
Here are the highlights.
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