Debates 2020 Funny Memes and Top Tweets: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Mute Button, Abraham Lincoln and Kristen Welken. [Full Video of Latest Round of Presidential Debates 2020]
Debates 2020 featuring United States President Donald Trump and Democratic opponent Joe Biden had the Twitterati community talking about the mute button operator, Abraham Lincoln and the performance of the Debate Anchor, Kristen Welken.
The latest edition of Debates 2020 held without the controversial confrontations that were noted in the September discourse between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
This time, a MUTE button was added into the equation: debate anchor Kristen Welker, NBC News’ White House correspondent, could press the mute button when the candidates talked over each other without due permission.
The rules state that each candidate has 2 minutes to answer a question.
During those minutes, the other candidate was muted.
Here is the Video of the Debate.
At some points, there was an opportunity for crosstalk, but it has to be done with discretion.
However, words from the grapevine say there wasn’t an actual mute button.
The Commission on Presidential Debates has a designated member of the production crew who turned off the respective microphones at the specified time.
The final debate between United States President Donald Trump and Democratic opponent Joe Biden had Twitterati concerned about the mute button operator.
Check out United States presidential debates 2020 memes and tweets below:
Debates 2020: Presidential candidate Joe Biden sarcastically refers to President Trump as ‘Abraham Lincoln’ during the presidential debate
During an exchange about racism, Biden pointed at President Trump and said: “Abraham Lincoln over here is one of the most racist presidents we’ve had in modern history.”
In response, Trump said that while he did not explicitly refer to himself as Abraham Lincoln, he did say that “not since Abraham Lincoln has anybody done what I’ve done for the Black community”.
NBC News White House Correspondent Kristen Welker gets high applause for her performance as the moderator of the final presidential debate.