Presidential Debates 2020: Joe Biden Tells Donald Trump, “Will You Just Shut Up Man?”, Twitter Goes Wild

by Jacklyn Krol
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Joe Biden told Donald Trump to “shut up” during the 2020 presidential debates.

What Joe Biden Said During the Presidential Debates

During the first twenty minutes of the debate, Trump kept interrupting his running mate. Finally, Biden had enough and said, “Will you just shut up man?”

Soon after, moderator Chris Wallace changed the subject. Biden said that they haven’t got much done with his constant interruptions. “That was a really productive segment. Keep yappin’, man,” Biden said.

Watch the moment, below.

Once Trump began to talk over him again, Biden quipped back for a second time. “Will you just shush for a minute?” he said soon after.

Twitter users are already reacting to the aggression displayed between the two, adding their own commentary.

One user mentions controversial claims and conspiracies about a hearing device or earpiece in Biden’s ears.

Another user, claims the comment comes across immature, not something a president should say. They add multiple crying laughing emojis.

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Barb McQuade gives her full support for Joe Biden’s president towards Donald Trump.

Kentucky politician Charles Booker, goes so far in his accordance as to assign Biden’s quote to the whole of America.

All About the Debate

The first general election presidential debate had countless viral moments. The vent was held at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on Tuesday (September 29).

The event was broadcasted on YouTube as well as numerous other news stations and online outlets. CNN confirmed that there would be a live audience amid the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The outlet reported that 60-70 people would be in attendance.

Fox News reporter Chris Wallace was the moderator of the evening. He chose the topics for the night which included: “The Trump and Biden Records,” “The Supreme Court,” “Covid-19,” “The Economy,” “Race and Violence in our Cities,” as well as “The Integrity of the Election.”

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