The debate, moderated by FOX News’ Chris Wallace, lasted for an hour and a half, and the topics discussed included the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent movement calling for defunding the police.
In a heated debacle, both Biden and Trump exchanged words, interrupted each other, and President Trump even had a contentious back and forth with Wallace.
Ultimately, polls have been released and Americans are speaking on who they believe won the first debate.
CBS reported that independents gave the edge to Trump while a CNN debate watch group argued that Biden had won the debate. Seeing that both candidates have been vying for Hispanic-American support, it has just been announced that a new Telemundo poll declared President Trump as the winner with 66% of viewers saying the President was the winner compared to 34% that declared Vice President Biden the winner.
🚨TELEMUNDO HISPANIC POLL RESULTS🚨
Who won the debate?
— Equipo Trump – Text VAMOS to 88022 (@EquipoTrump) September 30, 2020
The next debate will be the Vice Presidential debate, which will see Vice President Mike Pence (R) and Senator Kamala Harris (D) squaring off in Salt Lake City, Utah. Then, President Trump and Vice President Biden will meet again on the debate stage on October 15th in Miami, Florida.
The Floridian recently reported that Hispanics were breaking for Trump in a recent Florida poll.